Arto Kuki
Position centre
Shot left
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
218 lb (99 kg)
Teams Blues Espoo (SM-Liiga)
Ahmat Hyvinkää (I.Divisioona)
Tappara Tampere (SM-Liiga)
Jokerit Helsinki (SM-Liiga)
World Championships Flag of Finland 1996 WJC
Nationality Flag of Finland Finnish
Born February 22nd 1976,
Espoo, Finland
NHL Draft 96th overall, 1994
Montreal Canadiens
Pro Career 19952008

Arto Kuki (b. February 22nd 1976 in Espoo, Finland) is a retired professional centre who played exclusively in Finland in his career.

Drafted by the Montreal Canadiens 96th overall in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft, Kuki stayed with the Blues Espoo until 2000; he enjoyed his best season in career there, in 1996-97, scoring six goals and collecting 15 assists. In 2000-01, he joined Tappara Tampere.

Kuki played for the Finnish National Team at the 1994 European Junior Championship and at the 1996 World Junior Championship.

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