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Chris Marinucci
Position Center
Shoots Left
Height
Weight
6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
175 lb (80 kg)
Teams New York Islanders
Los Angeles Kings
Nationality Flag of the United States American
Born January 29 1971 (1971-01-29) (age 45),
Grand Rapids, MN, U.S.
NHL Draft 90th overall, 1990
New York Islanders
Pro Career 1990 – 2004


Chris Marinucci is a retired ice hockey player who played briefly in the NHL with the Los Angeles Kings and the New York Islanders. He also played with the Denver Grizzlies, Utah Grizzlies, Phoenix Roadrunners, Chicago Wolves, Kokudo, Berlin Polar Bears, Idaho Steelheads, IF Björklöven and Storhamar Dragons. At the start of his career, he first played four years with his University of Minnesota Duluth hockey team, earning conference MVP and the Hobey Baker award as college hockey's top player. He then was drafted in 1990 by the New York Islanders and played in the IHL with the Denver Grizzlies and made his debut in the NHL that year. He then moved on to different leagues, including DEL, the Japan and Sweden leagues, and the WCHL and the ECHL. However, he played most of his career with several teams in the IHL. In a 14 year span (1990–2004) he won 3 awards, and his last season was in the IHL with the Idaho Steelheads in the ECHL. He was part of the cup winning Storhamar Dragons of the Norwegian Elite League 2004, after scoring the game winner of game six in overtime in dramatic fashion as he set up the decisive game seven where the Dragons beat Vålerenga Ishockey in double overtime.

Career statisticsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Season Team League GP G A P PIM
1990–91 U. of Minnesota-Duluth NCAA 36 6 10 16 20
1991–92 U. of Minnesota-Duluth NCAA 37 6 13 19 41
1992–93 U. of Minnesota-Duluth NCAA 40 35 42 77 52
1993–94 U. of Minnesota-Duluth NCAA 38 30 31 61 65
1994–95 Denver Grizzlies IHL 74 29 40 69 42
1994–95 New York Islanders NHL 12 1 4 5 2
1995–96 Utah Grizzlies IHL 8 3 5 8 8
1996–97 Los Angeles Kings NHL 1 0 0 0 0
1996–97 Utah Grizzlies IHL 21 3 13 16 6
1996–97 Phoenix Roadrunners IHL 62 23 29 52 26
1997–98 Chicago Wolves IHL 78 27 48 75 35
1998–99 Chicago Wolves IHL 82 41 40 81 24
1999–00 Chicago Wolves IHL 80 31 33 64 18
2000–01 Kokudo Japan 40 29 30 59 0
2001–02 Berlin Polar Bears DEL 53 10 26 36 24
2002–03 Idaho Steelheads WCHL 26 12 20 32 2
2002–03 IF Björklöven Swe-2 12 6 7 13 6
2003–04 Idaho Steelheads ECHL 13 5 8 13 4
2003–04 Storhamar Dragons NEL 17 4 5 9 26
NHL totals 13 1 4 5 2
NCAA totals 151 77 96 173 78
IHL totals 405 157 208 365 159

PlayoffsEdit

Season Team League GP G A P PIM
1994–95 Denver Grizzlies IHL 14 3 4 7 12
1997–98 Chicago Wolves IHL 22 7 6 13 12
1998–99 Chicago Wolves IHL 10 3 5 8 10
1999–00 Chicago Wolves IHL 16 5 4 9 10
2001–02 Berlin Polar Bears DEL 4 0 0 0 6
2003–04 Storhamar Dragons NEL 13 6 5 11 41
Playoff totals (Includes every league) 81 24 24 48 91

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