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Viktor Stalberg
Viktor Stalberg
Right Wing
Number: 25
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 209
Shoots: Left
Born: Jan 17, 1986  (Age 28)
Birthplace: Gothenburg, Sweden
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Acquired: From TOR with P. Paradis and C. DiDomenico for K. Versteeg and B. Sweatt on June 30, 2010.
Drafted: TOR / 2006 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 6th (161st overall)


2011-12: Set career highs in almost every statistical category in 79 regular-season tilts … Ranked fifth on the club with 43 points (22G, 21A) … Ranked second on the team with six game-winning goals … Registered a career-best +6 plus/minus rating … Was the only NHL player to register more than 25 points and 20 goals, despite zero coming on special teams … His eight goals and 10 points in six regular-season contests against CBJ were the most by a Blackhawk against one team since Roenick vs. WPG in the 1993-94 campaign … Ranked fourth on the club with 91 hits … Ranked sixth on the team with a career-high 51 takeaways … Ranked fourth on the club with a career-best 215 shots on goal … Posted a career-high 10.2 shooting percentage … Notched a career-high eight multi-point efforts … Posted six points (2G, 4A) during a five-game point streak (March 11-20) … Tallied the first hat trick of his NHL career on Jan. 10 vs. CBJ … Netted the GWG in back-to-back contests on Jan. 10 vs. CBJ and Jan. 12 vs. MIN … Named the NHL’s Second Star for the week ending Jan. 16 after potting five goals in four games … Notched seven points (4G, 3A) during a four-game point streak from Dec. 18-26, including three consecutive multi-point efforts … Registered a career-high 9 SOG on Dec. 20 at PIT … Notched a season-high six hits on Dec. 11 vs. SJS … Collected five points (2G, 3A) over a five-game point streak (Nov. 10-18) … Tallied his first multi-point effort for the Blackhawks with two goals on Oct. 29 vs. CBJ ... Missed three games (Oct. 7-13) due to injury … Notched a postseason career-high two points (2A) in six postseason appearances vs. PHX in the Western Conference Quarterfinals … Posted a playoff career-high average TOI of 14:53 … Posted 11 hits and 8 PIM … Ranked third on the club with 20 SOG … Registered a postseason career-high 21:21 TOI in Game 3 vs. PHX on April 17.

2010-11: Tallied 24 points (12G, 12A) while appearing in 77 regular-season games in his first campaign with Chicago … Finished fourth on the club with 3 GWG … Converted on both of his shootout attempts during the season, both of which were game-deciding goals … Posted a pair of multi-point games, including one three-point outing … Netted the first overtime GWG of his NHL career on Nov. 14 vs. ANA ... Tallied the decisive marker in his first career NHL shootout attempt on Nov. 6 at ATL ... Posted the first three-point game of his NHL career with a goal and two assists on Nov. 3 against NJD ... Registered the first point of his Blackhawks career with a goal on Oct. 15 at CBJ … Recorded a season-high 5 SOG on Dec. 28 vs. STL … Logged a season-high 17:52 TOI on Nov. 3 vs. NJD … Missed three games (Dec. 17-22) due to injury … Recorded one goal and 6 PIM in seven contests during the Western Conference Quarterfinals in his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut vs. VAN … Dented the net for his first career postseason marker in Game 2 at VAN on April 15 … Registered a postseason-high 4 SOG and six hits in Game 4 vs. VAN on April 19.

2009-10: Recorded nine goals, five assists and 30 PIM in 40 regular-season contests during his rookie campaign with TOR … Made his NHL debut and collected his first NHL point (1A) on Oct. 1 against MTL … Netted his first career goal and a season-high 8 SOG on Dec. 18 at BUF … Registered his first multi-point effort with a pair of goals on March 11 against TBL … Posted four points (2G, 2A) over a three-game point streak from March 9-13 … Ranked second with 33 points (12G, 21A) in 39 regular-season games with the American Hockey League’s Toronto Marlies … Finished third among club forwards and fourth overall with a +4 rating … Ranked second on the Marlies with 127 SOG … Tallied a professional career-high four points (2G, 2A) on Nov. 1 against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton … Registered six points (3G, 3A) over the course of a four-game point streak from Dec. 5-14 … Posted 14 points (5G, 9A) over a 12-game span from Nov. 20-Dec. 14.

2008-09: Made his professional playoff debut, collecting one assist in two Calder Cup Playoffs tilts with the Marlies … Recorded a collegiate career-high 46 points (24G, 22A) in 39 contests as a junior at Hockey East’s University of Vermont … Led the Catamounts in goals, assists, points, PPG (7), power-play points (15), shorthanded goals (2), shorthanded points (3) and SOG (165) … Ranked fifth in the NCAA with 24 goals … Named a Division I First-Team All-American … Named a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award, given to the nation’s top collegiate hockey player … Selected as a Hockey East First-Team All-Star … Finished as runner-up for Hockey East Player of the Year … Honored as the Hockey East Player of the Month for January … Twice honored as Hockey East Player of the Week allied 23 points (10G, 13A) and 34 PIM in 39 games in his sophomore season at Vermont … Honored as Hockey East Player of the Week for week ending Feb. 18 … Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

2006-07: Recorded 15 points (7G, 8A) and 53 PIM as a freshman at the University of Vermont … Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

2005-06: Registered 53 points (27G, 26A) and 89 PIM for Frolunda of the Swedish Junior Elite League.


Represented Team Sweden at the 2012 World Championship, recording four points (3G, A) and a +4 rating in eight games played.