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Hockey 101
Player Pic Kimbi Daniels - 10
Center - 5-11" / 195 lbs.
Shoots: Right
Born: 01/19/1973 - Estevan, Saskatchewan Canada

Player Notes
Kimbi struggled at times during the 2004-05 regular season but with a goal against Las Vegas March 23, notched the 600th point of his pro career. He came alive in the playoffs, handing out two assists in a 6-2 win over Bakersfield in the fifth and deciding of the West semi-finals. He sealed the West Finals with empty-netter in 3-1 win over Long Beach in Game 3 April 25. Goal, assist in Game 1 of the conference final vs. Trenton 5/3. Scored and had an assist in 4-3 loss in Game 3 5/7. Scored in 2-1 OT win over Trenton in Game 6. With 10 points in only 11 games, he finished third on the team in playoff scoring.

Daniels led the team in scoring during the 2003-04 season and scored twice in a first round sweep of San Diego in the playoffs. Kimbi has made Anchorage his 17th and presumably final pro stop in a distinguished career, which includes a Kelly Cup title won with Charlotte in 1996. Daniels had eight goals and six assists in 16 playoff games for the Checkers on the road to the title. A year later, he played a key role as Hamilton advanced to the 1997 AHL Calder Cup Finals. Daniels scored five goals and assisted on eight others in 16 games as the Bulldogs eventually lost to Hershey in the championship series. Kimbi played a total of 27 NHL games for Philadelphia after being selected in the third round with the 44th overall pick by the Flyers in 1990.

Daniels spent parts of five seasons in the WHL and exploded onto the scene with 127 goals and 273 points during his first three years in juniors with Swift Current. He led the tournament in goals and was named MVP of the 1989 Memorial Cup title game at age 16 as the Broncos cruised through the playoffs with 16 straight wins. In 1990, he scored a WHL-record seven goals in a 7-4 win over Medicine Hat. Daniels also represented Canada at the 1992 World Junior championships.
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Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM +/-
2002-03 Anchorage WCHL 72 23 40 63 91 -41
2001-02 Anchorage WCHL 64 29 33 62 161
2000-01 Anchorage WCHL 66 36 53 89 182
2003-04 Alaska ECHL 70 19 42 61 113
2004-05 Alaska ECHL 40 8 10 18 73
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