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Kelly Kisio
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Position Forward
Height
Weight
5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
170 lb (77 kg)
Teams Detroit Red Wings (19821986)
New York Rangers (19861991)
San Jose Sharks (19911993)
Calgary Flames (19931995)
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born September 18 1959 (1959-09-18) (age 57),
Peace River, AB, CAN
NHL Draft Undrafted
Pro Career 1980 – 1995


Kelly Wade Kisio (born September 18, 1959) is a former professional player. Born in Peace River, Alberta, he is currently the General Manager of the Calgary Hitmen.

Kisio played 761 games in the National Hockey League. He played for the Detroit Red Wings, New York Rangers, San Jose Sharks, and the Calgary Flames. He was team captain for the Rangers for three and a half years.

He played the 1982–83 season with the Hockey Club HC Davos in Switzerland. He scored 49 goals and 32 assists. Although Davos was leading the season for more than 20 games, they ended in 3rd place. In his next-to-last game for the HC Davos, Kisio scored at least 8 goals and 2 assists. The game's final score was 19–7. Kisio left three days later for the Detroit Red Wings where he became a valuable player in the NHL.

Kisio's best season in the NHL was in 1992–93 with the San Jose Sharks. That season he tied a career high in goals (26) and points (78) and represented the Sharks in the 1993 NHL All-Star Game in Montreal after Pat Falloon went down with a season-ending shoulder injury.

Kisio ended his playing career with the Calgary Flames in 1995, who were ousted by his former team, San Jose, in the playoffs. He then joined the Flames scouting staff. For the 1998–99 season, he was named general manager of the Calgary Hitmen, who are owned by the Flames. With Kisio as GM, the Hitmen have made the playoffs every year, won two central division titles, and won the Western Hockey League title 1999.

AwardsEdit

Career statistics Edit

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1976–77Red Deer RustlersAJHL605348101101
1977–78Red Deer RustlersAJHL58746814266
1978–79Calgary WranglersWHL70606112173151216284
1979–80Calgary WranglersWHL7165731386421014
1980–81Kalamazoo WingsIHL31271643488771413
1980–81Adirondack Red WingsAHL4110142443
1981–82Dallas Black HawksCHL786239101591612172938
1982–83Detroit Red WingsNHL144370
1983–84Detroit Red WingsNHL702337603441014
1984–85Detroit Red WingsNHL752041615630222
1985–86Detroit Red WingsNHL7621486985
1986–87New York RangersNHL702440647340112
1987–88New York RangersNHL7723557888
1988–89New York RangersNHL702636629140009
1989–90New York RangersNHL682244661051028108
1990–91New York RangersNHL5115203558
1991–92San Jose SharksNHL4811263754
1992–93San Jose SharksNHL7826527890
1993–94Calgary FlamesNHL51723302870228
1994–95Calgary FlamesNHL1274116732519
NHL totals 761 229 429 658 768 39 6 15 21 52



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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Ron Greschner
New York Rangers captains
198791
Succeeded by
Mark Messier
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