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Barry Nieckar

Barry Nieckar

Left Wing
BIRTHDATE: December 16, 1967
HEIGHT: 6' 3" BIRTHPLACE: Invermay, SK, Canada
WEIGHT: 195
Shoots: Left

LAST 5 GAMES  1997-1998 

 GAP+/-PIMPPGSHGSS%ShiftsTOIFO%
Feb 25 '98 ANA @ VAN0000200085:28

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1986-1987 Weyburn Red Wings-SJHL 4112 10 22 115
1987-1988 Yorkton Terriers-SJHL 5727 32 59 188
1989-1990 Virginia Lancers-ECHL 52 2 4 27
1991-1992 Phoenix Roadrunners-IHL 50 0 0 9
1991-1992 Raleigh IceCaps-ECHL 4610 18 28 229
1992-1993Whalers20 0 0 -2 2 0 0 0 10.0
1992-1993 Springfield Indians-AHL 212 4 6 65
1993-1994 Springfield Indians-AHL 300 2 2 67
1993-1994 Raleigh IceCaps-ECHL 184 6 10 126
1994-1995Flames30 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 00.0
1994-1995 Saint John Flames-AHL 658 7 15 491
1995-1996 Utah Grizzlies-IHL 539 15 24 194
1995-1996 Peoria Rivermen-IHL 103 3 6 72
1996-1997Ducks20 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 00.0
1996-1997 Long Beach Ice Dogs-IHL 633 10 13 386
1997-1998Ducks10 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 00.0
1997-1998 Cincinnati Mighty Ducks-AHL 7510 14 24 -5 295 2 0 1 9111.0
1998-1999 Springfield Falcons-AHL 6711 6 17 -1 270 1 0 0 6317.5
1999-2000 London Knights-Britain 152 0 2 100
2000-2001 Nottingham Panthers-BH-Cup 102 3 5 86
2000-2001 Nottingham Panthers-Britain 413 10 13 253
2001-2002 Nottingham Panthers-Britain 455 6 11 222
NHL TOTALS8000-22100010.0

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1987-1988 Yorkton Terriers-SJHL 1611 6 17 65
1991-1992 Raleigh IceCaps-ECHL 44 0 4 22
1992-1993 Springfield Indians-AHL 61 0 1 14
1993-1994 Raleigh IceCaps-ECHL 155 7 12 51
1994-1995 Saint John Flames-AHL 40 0 0 22
1995-1996 Peoria Rivermen-IHL 124 6 10 48
1996-1997 Long Beach Ice Dogs-IHL 50 0 0 22
1998-1999 Springfield Falcons-AHL 10 0 0 2 0 0 0
1999-2000 London Knights-Britain 82 2 4 29 0 0
2000-2001 Nottingham Panthers-Britain 50 1 1 12
2001-2002 Nottingham Panthers-Britain 60 0 0 2
Quote of the Day

I remember the first time at Wrigley Field all of us had the long johns, the turtlenecks and the extra equipment because we were afraid of being cold. Halfway through the first period everybody's ripping everything off and we just ended up wearing what we would normally wear for a game at the United Center.

— Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp on the 2009 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic