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| 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
190 lb (86 kg)
|GET Team||Storhamar Dragons|
|Teams|| Dayton Bombers|
Long Beach Ice Dogs
San Diego Gulls
Cincinnati Mighty Ducks
Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
Rødovre Mighty Bulls
Dragons de Rouen
|Born|| December 10 1974,|
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
|Pro Career||1998 – present|
In the summer of 2005 Koenig was tempted to cross the Atlantic to join the Newcastle Vipers for their first season in the UK's Elite Ice Hockey League. The season was a huge success for the Vipers as they secured second place in the league and a 2-1 victory over the Sheffield Steelers in the end of season playoff final.
The victory in the playoff final proved to be Koenig's swansong for the Vipers and after the season he transferred to the Coventry Blaze. In the 2005–06 season the Blaze had failed to reproduce similar results of the previous year when they had achieved a "grand slam" of the major UK Ice Hockey honours, and the signing of Koenig was a part of the rebuilding process. 2006–07 was a good season for the Blaze, they won the Elite League and the Challenge Cup, were runners up to the Cardiff Devils in the British Knockout Cup and reached the semi-finals of the playoffs. The playoff semi final, again against Cardiff, was a difficult time for Koenig as before and after the games he flew back over the Atlantic to visit his sick father who was hospitalized.
Koenig continued with the Blaze for the 2007-08 season, but would move to mainland Europe for the 2008–09 term, signing with Rødovre IK of the Danish league and joined on 18 August 2009 to Dragons de Rouen. In July 2010 he signed a one-year deal with the Storhamar Dragons of Hamar, Norway.
|1998–99||Long Beach Ice Dogs||IHL||11||5||5||0||635||29||0||2.74||.897|
|2000–01||San Diego Gulls||WCHL||41||28||6||3||2278||83||3||2.19||.919|
|2001–02||San Diego Gulls||WCHL||65||42||17||3||3693||165||5||2.68||.913|
|2002–03||San Diego Gulls||WCHL||49||29||15||5||2824||104||6||2.21||.917|
|2003–04||San Diego Gulls||ECHL||53||37||7||8||3155||114||3||2.17||.920|
|2003–04||Cincinnati Mighty Ducks||AHL||1||0||1||0||40||5||0||7.50||.783|
|2004–05||San Diego Gulls||ECHL||18||10||6||2||1076||50||2.79||.904|
|2004–05||Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies||ECHL||28||17||7||2||1585||70||0||2.65||.911|
|2009–10||Dragons de Rouen||FRA||53||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
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