Miroslav Satan

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Miroslav Satan

Miroslav Šatan (pronounced SHUH-tahn) is a National Hockey League winger for the Pittsburgh Penguins. He has spent 13 years in the NHL with 4 different teams. He hails from Topolcany, Czechoslovakia.

Early career

Šatan was drafted in the fifth round of the 1993 NHL Entry Draft (111th overall) by the Edmonton Oilers, for which he spent the better part of 2 seasons. He was traded to the Buffalo Sabres in the 1995-1996 season. Šatan enjoyed his best two seasons with the Sabres, the first in 2001-2002 (37 goals, 36 assists, 73 points), and then in 2002-2003 (26 goals, 49 assists, 75 points).

Islanders and after

Šatan became a free agent after the lockout season of 2004-2005 and signed a contract with the New York Islanders. After his three-year contract expired prior to the start of the 2007-2008 season, he was signed by Pittsburgh. He is curretly playing for the teams minor-league affiliate.[1]

Stats

Season GP G A PIM +/- PPG SHG
1995-1996 62 18 17 22 0 6 0
1996-1997 76 25 13 26 -3 7 0
1997-1998 79 22 24 34 2 9 0
1998-1999 81 40 26 44 24 13 3
1999-2000 81 33 34 32 16 5 3
2000-2001 82 29 33 36 5 8 2
2001-2002 82 37 36 33 14 15 5
2002-2003 79 26 49 20 -3 11 1
2003-2004 82 29 28 30 -15 11 1
2005-2006 82 35 31 54 -8 17 0
2006-2007 81 27 32 46 -12 7 1
2007-2008 80 16 25 39 -11 5 0

Notes

  1. http://penguins.nhl.com/team/app?page=PlayerDetail&playerId=8459534&service=page&tab=crs