Colorado Avalanche
Florida Panthers
Tomas Fleischmann
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POSITION: Left Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 192
BIRTHDATE: 05/16/1984
AGE: 30
BIRTHPLACE: Koprivnice, CZE
DRAFTED: DET: 2002-63 overall
WHL East Second All-Star Team (2004) Traded to Washington by Detroit with Detroit's 1st round choice (Mike Green) in 2004 Entry Draft and Detroit's 4th round choice (Luke Lynes) in 2006 Entry Draft for Robert Lang, February 27, 2004. Traded to Colorado by Washington for Scott Hannan, November 30, 2010. Signed as a free agent by Florida, July 1, 2011.
CAREER
2009-10
: Appeared in 69 games and tallied career highs in goals (23), assists (28), and points (51) in his third full NHL season …Ranked seventh on the team in points and sixth in goals …Sixth in the NHL and second on the team with a 19.0 shooting percentage … Tied for fifth on the team with four GWGs … Scored 10 of his 23 goals in the first period … Registered 29 (13g-16a) of his 51 points on the road … Recorded Washington’s first goal six times…Finished the season at +9, a career high … Totaled a career-high 28 PIM … Scored eight goals in the 10 games Alex Ovechkin was out of the lineup … Finished sixth on the team with 19 power-play points (7g-12a) … Recorded the team’s second longest point streak of the season, registering at least a point (7g-4a) in nine straight games (10/30—11/17) …Led all Caps forwards with 10 points (5g-5a) in November … Logged a career high 22:05 of ice time on 11/20 vs. MTL … Scored the overtime GWG 3/10 vs. CAR … Missed the first 11 games of the season recovering from deep vein thrombosis in his leg ... Had one assist in six playoff games. 2008-09: Skated in 73 games and tallied what were career highs in points (37) and goals (19) … Ranked seventh on the team in points and sixth in goals … Second on the team with a 14.5 shooting percentage and tied for third with four GWGs … Seven of his 19 goals came on the power play … Tied for third on the team with 13 road goals and tied for fourth with 16 goals outside of the division … Scored Washington’s first tally four times … Set a career high with 20 PIM, but only two Cap forwards who played more than 15 games had fewer … Was +9 in his final 38 games of the season … Team was 11-4-3 when he scored a goal and 17-8-4 when he tallied a point … Averaged 15:04 TOI … Recorded eight multiple-point games … Had six streaks of three games or more with a point during the season … Notched his second career two-goal game 10/25 at DAL … Had two assists 11/26 at ATL … Twice registered goals in three straight games (11/14—11/19, 3g, and 1/10—1/14, 3g) … Tallied one goal, one assist and was +3 at NYR (2/11) … Skated a season high 19:28 vs. TOR (3/5) … Played in all 14 games during the Stanley Cup playoffs, recording four points (3g-1a) … Had a goal in Game 1 vs. NYR in ECQF (first Caps goal of the playoffs) and took 13 shots in the series … Scored the GWG in Game 1 and also scored in Game 6 against PIT in ECSF. 2007-08: Appeared in 75 games for Washington, recording 30 points (10g/20a) … Ranked ninth on team in scoring… Averaged 12:37 TOI … Skated more than 15 minutes 16 times, including a six-game span from 2/13—2/24 … Capitals were 17-7-1 when he recorded a point … Five of 10 goals were team’s first tallies of the game … Notched five multiple-point games … Posted back-to-back tallies (11/8—11/10) … Recorded assists in back-to-back games (2/5—2/6) … Recorded points in consecutive games (2/15—2/16, 1g-2a) … Scored lone PPG of the season vs. TB (2/16) … Played in his 100th NHL game vs. NYI (2/20) … Tallied a pair of assists and a +4 rating 2/26 vs. MIN … Scored the OT winner 3/27 at TB, his first goal since 2/16 at TB (14 games) … Tallied first goal in 3-1 victory against FLA to clinch the Southeast Division title (4/5) … Played in two ECQF playoff games against PHI. 2006-07: Had eight points (4g-4a) in 29 games with Washington … Tallied one PPG …Scored six of eight points at home (3g-3a) … Appeared in six consecutive games for the Caps from 11/4—11/15 … Registered first assist of the season 11/4 at PHI … Skated in the Capitals’ final 21 games after recall on 2/23 … Tallied seven points (4g-3a) in those games … Scored first NHL goal at NJ (2/24) … Skated in season-high 15:29 at TOR (3/6) … Tallied goals in back-to-back games on 3/16 and 3/18 (3g) … Notched a career-high four points (2g-2a) vs. TB (3/18), one of two four-point games by a Caps player on the year … Totaled 51 points (22g-29a) in 45 games for Hershey (AHL) … Finished sixth on the Bears in scoring … Scored seven PPGs and three SHGs for the Bears… Led Hershey with 21 points (5g-16a) in 19 playoff games … Led the AHL in playoff assists for the second straight year … Ranked third in the AHL in playoff scoring … Tied a Hershey playoff record with five points (1g-4a) in Game 5 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (5/11). 2005-06: Played 14 games with the Capitals in two recalls, recording two assists…Made his NHL debut 11/3 at PHI … Posted his first career NHL point, an assist, vs. TOR (11/6)…Led Hershey in goals (30) and ranked second in points (63) in just 57 AHL games … Led the team with six GWGs and was second with 13 PPGs … Led all Hershey forwards and was second on the team with a +14 rating … Recorded a nine-game point streak from 10/11—11/30 … Had three three-point games during the regular season …Scored both goals in a 2-0 win vs. Manchester (2/18) … Led the team in points (32) and assists (21) in the run to the Calder Cup … Led the AHL in playoff assists, while point total ranked second … Had three playoff games with at least three points, including a four-point game against Milwaukee (6/3) in Game 2 of the finals (2g-2a) … Had three assists in Game 5 of the finals (6/11). 2004-05: Played 53 games for Portland (AHL) in his first season of pro hockey … Finished 12th on the team in scoring with 19 points (7g-12a) …Two of his goals were PPGs and two were GWGs … Scored both Portland goals in a 3-2 overtime loss to Hartford (12/19). 2003-04: Appeared in 60 games for Moose Jaw (WHL), setting career highs in goals (33) and points (75) … Finished second on the team in goals, points and assists (42) … Tied for the team lead in PPGs (10) and ranked second on the team in SHGs (2) … Played in all 10 playoff games for Moose Jaw, ranking fourth on the team with seven points (3g-4a) … Led the team with three SHGs in the playoffs …Represented the Czech Republic in the World Junior Championship. 2002-03: His first season of North American hockey, appeared in 65 games for Moose Jaw … Recorded 71 points (21g-50a) … Ranked second on the team in points and assists… Tied for third on the team with nine PPGs … In 12 playoff games, recorded four goals and a team-high 11 assists … Led the team with 15 points in the postseason…Represented the Czech Republic at the World Junior Championship. 2001-02: Split the season between Vitkovice Jr. and Novy Jicin of the Czech-3 league…Recorded 51 points (26g-35a) in 46 games for Vitkovice Jr.

INTERNATIONAL
2010:
Made his Olympic debut and had three points (1g-2a) in five games for the Czech Republic. 2008: Represented the Czech Republic in the 2008 World Championship, recording five points (2g-3a) in seven games and leading the team with a +6 rating. 2003-04: Played in both the 2003 and ’04 World Junior Championships, combining for six points (4g-2a) in 13 games.