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Jason Duda
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Position Left wing
Shoots Left
Height
Weight
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
185 lb (84 kg)
CHL Team Wichita Thunder
Nationality Canada
Born May 5 1975 (1975-05-05) (age 41),
Sexsmith, Alberta, Canada
Pro Career 1996 – 2010

Jason Duda (born May 5, 1975 in Sexsmith, Alberta) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player who played for the Wichita Thunder of the Central Hockey League (CHL). He is the current assistant coach for the Wichita Thunder.

Early lifeEdit

Duda was born in Sexsmith, Alberta.

AwardsEdit

CHL

  • 1996-97 Thunder Most Improved Player
  • 2001 CHL All-Star Team
  • 2004-2005 Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion)
  • 2005 CHL All-Star Team
  • 2006 CHL All-Star Team
  • Selected to CHL All-Decade Team
  • 2010 Rick Kozuback Award

RecordsEdit

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Duda while playing with the Thunder.

Melfort MustangsEdit

  • Most points in a single season (1995–96) - 141 points
  • Most goals scored in a single season (1995–96) - 60 goals
  • Most power play goals in a single season (1995–96) - 27 power play goals
  • Most assists in a single season (1995–96) - 81 assists

Wichita ThunderEdit

  • Most career games played - (730)
  • Most career goals scored - (337)
  • Most career assists - (553)
  • Most career points - (870)
  • Most consecutive games from 2001-2003 - (225)

Career statisticsEdit

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1992-93 Saskatoon BladesWHL341114252191568
1993-94 Saskatoon BladesWHL72514192216771410
1994-95 Saskatoon BladesWHL20000
1994-95 Medicine Hat TigersWHL31010
1996-97 Oklahoma City BlazersCHL1526811
1996-97 Wichita ThunderCHL3915153034927919
1997-98 Wichita ThunderCHL6032336562159122110
1998-99 Wichita ThunderCHL341324372041012
1999-00 Wichita ThunderCHL552741686053692
2000-01 Wichita ThunderCHL7038529068
2001-02 Wichita ThunderCHL6435488334
2002-03 Wichita ThunderCHL6431528360
2003-04 Wichita ThunderCHL5524426622937106
2004-05 Wichita ThunderCHL5930669658134101422
2005-06 Wichita ThunderCHL6331558670521310
2006-07 Wichita ThunderCHL62274875106614512
2007-08 Wichita ThunderCHL4212193120
2008-09 Wichita ThunderCHL5820355562
2009-10 Wichita ThunderCHL52350
CHL totals 730 337 533 870 676 96 33 59 92 101

Tribute VideoEdit

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External linksEdit

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Brent Bilodeau
Wichita Thunder head coach
2009 - 2010
Succeeded by
Kevin McClelland
Preceded by
Rob Boyle
Wichita Thunder assistant coach
2010 - Present
Succeeded by
Current


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