| 5 ft 11 in (1.8 m)|
190 lb (86 kg)
| DEL Team|
| Krefeld Pinguine|
|Born|| April 21 1975,|
Sherwood Park, AB, CAN
|NHL Draft|| 31st overall, 1993|
|Pro Career||1995 – present|
Playing career Edit
Langkow is a goalkeeper who has been in the Finnish SM-liiga for four seasons. He describes his playing style as a combination of butterfly and stand-up.
Langkow played for the Portland Winter Hawks in the WHL and recorded three straight 20-win seasons with the club before being drafted by Winnipeg Jets with their 2nd pick, 31st overall, in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft. When the Winnipeg franchise relocated on July 1, 1996, he was transferred to the Phoenix Coyotes. During this time he won 63 games over three seasons and was one of the top goaltenders in the AHL while playing for the Springfield Falcons. In 1998 he won the Aldege "Baz" Bastien Memorial Award as AHL's best goalkeeper.
Langkow was traded to Atlanta Thrashers on June 25, 1999, where he played 15 games for the NHL club before being traded again to Anaheim Ducks with Sergei Vyshedkevich for Ladislav Kohn on February 9, 2001.
After four seasons playing for Ässät in the SM-liiga, Langkow signed a one-year contract with HV71 in Sweden's top hockey league Elitserien. After only having played 11 games as starting goalie for HV71 in the Swedish league, Langkow signed with the Swiss team Rapperswil-Jona Lakers in Nationalliga A. In June 2007 he signed a one-year contract with Jokerit of the Finnish SM-liiga.
Off the ice Edit
Langkow is married with two children, one boy and one girl. He has a younger brother named Daymond who is a hockey player in the NHL. Scott likes to go fishing and play golf in his spare time.
- Named to the WHL West Second All-Star Team in 1994 and 1995.
- Awarded the Hap Holmes Memorial Award (AHL fewest goals against) in 1996. (Shared with Manny Legace)
- Named to the AHL First All-Star Team in 1998.
- Awarded the Aldege "Baz" Bastien Memorial Award (AHL Outstanding Goaltender) in 1998.
|1991–92||Portland Winter Hawks||WHL||1||0||0||0||33||2||0||3.64|
|1992–93||Portland Winter Hawks||WHL||34||24||8||2||2064||119||2||3.46|
|1993–94||Portland Winter Hawks||WHL||39||27||9||1||2302||121||2||3.15|
|1994–95||Portland Winter Hawks||WHL||63||20||36||5||3638||240||1||3.96|
|1998–99||Las Vegas Thunder||IHL||27||7||14||2||1402||97||1||4.15|
|1999–2000||Orlando Solar Bears||IHL||27||14||8||2||1487||57||4||2.30|
|2000–01||Orlando Solar Bears||IHL||4||1||1||1||187||9||0||2.88|
|2000–01||Cincinnati Mighty Ducks||AHL||15||6||4||4||838||44||1||3.15|
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Scott Langkow. Legends of Hockey. Retrieved on 2006-07-10.
- ↑ Scott Langkow. Elite Prospects. Retrieved on 2006-07-10.
- ↑ Tomas Ros & PeO Larsson. Bänkad – nu lämnar han HV 71 (Swedish). Aftonbladet.se. Retrieved on 2007-01-11.
- ↑ Scott Langkow korvaa Riksmanin Jokereissa (Finnish). jatkoaika.com. Retrieved on 2007-06-27.
- ↑ Jokereiden pakka koossa (Finnish). jatkoaika.com. Retrieved on 2007-07-30.
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