Steven Reinprecht

Steven Edward "Steve" Reinprecht ( born May 7, 1976 in Edmonton, Alberta ) is a Canadian ice hockey player ( center ), who plays for the Nuremberg Ice Tigers in the DEL since September 2012.

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In his time at the University of Wisconsin -Madison, he was playing in the junior team and was one of the outstanding players of the university league.

Never drafted by an NHL team, the Los Angeles Kings offered him in March 2000 to a contract. During his rookie season 2000/ 01 he drew attention to himself. When you at the Colorado Avalanche for the playoffs arming and Rob Blake committed he was part of the package that moved in exchange for Adam Dead Marsh and Aaron Miller and two first-round draft rights. He has blended seamlessly into the new team and won the Stanley Cup with Colorado.

After he scored over 50 points in the season 2002/ 03 for the first time, he also participated in the World Ice Hockey Championship 2003, where she won the Canadian national title.

For the following season, they gave him from the Buffalo Sabres. On the same day he was with Rhett Warrener passed on to the Calgary Flames to get, among other things Chris Drury to the Sabres. An injury prevented him from participating in the playoffs, where his team narrowly failed in the Stanley Cup final. The strike season 2004/ 05 he spent in France, the HC Mulhouse. After another brief year in Calgary they gave him with Philippe Sauve for Brian Boucher and Mike Leclerc from the Phoenix Coyotes. From January 2011 he played with the Adler Mannheim on the position of the center. In the summer of 2011, he returned to Florida in the NHL. On 23 October 2011, he was discharged to the Vancouver Canucks along with David Booth in a barter against Marco Sturm and Mikael Samuelsson.

Steven Reinprecht signed on 26 September 2012, one-year contract in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL) at the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers Nuremberg. In his first season game against the Düsseldorf EC ( 6:2 ), he scored a goal, set up another front. After the season for the Ice Tigers after leaving was completed in the pre- playoffs, it was announced that Reinprecht 'll play another season for the Nuremberg. On February 19, 2014, the contract of the league 's second- best scorers of the 2013/14 season was extended for another year.

Awards and achievements

  • 2001 Stanley Cup win with the Colorado Avalanche
  • 2005 French Champion with the HC Mulhouse
  • 2005 Trophée Charles Ramsey
  • 2005 Ligue Magnus All- Star team


  • 2003 Gold Medal at the World Championships

Career Stats


Represented Canada at:

  • 2003 World Cup

( Key to Career statistics: Sp or GP = Games Played, T or G = goals scored, V or A = achieved assists; Pts or Pts = scored points scorer, SM or PIM = received penalty minutes, / - = Plus / Minus balance sheet; PP = scored majority gates; SH = scored shorthanded goals, GW = achieved victory gates; Play-downs/Relegation 1 )