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KEN STRONG  Canada  / Austria
a.k.a. "Kenneth Gordon Strong"
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BIRTHYEAR 1963-05-09 BIRTHPLACEToronto, ON, CAN
AGE 52 NATION Canada / Austria
POSITION LW SHOOTS L
HEIGHT 180 cm / 5'11" WEIGHT 83 kg / 183 lbs
STATUS Retired
NHL DRAFT 1981 round 3 #58 overall by Philadelphia Flyers
SOCIAL Highlights Ken Strong 


Son: Steven Strong, Cousin: Dean Strong

Team Staff profile of Ken Strong also available

© Photo: Eggenberger/Valentin

CAREER STATISTICS Use/Embed statistics RSS feed
 SEASON TEAM LEAGUE GP G A TP PIM +/-      POST GP G A TP PIM +/- 
 1979-80 Mississauga Reps Midget AAA MTHL - - --- |            
  Streetsville Derbys COJHL 36 21 2445125 |            
 1980-81 Peterborough Petes OHL 64 17 365352 | Playoffs 5 2 1318  
 1981-82 Peterborough Petes OHL 42 21 224369 | Playoffs 9 8 111923  
 1982-83 Peterborough Petes OHL 57 41 488980 | Playoffs 4 2 244  
  Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 2 0 000 0 |            
 1983-84 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 2 0 222 0 |            
  St. Catharines Saints AHL 78 27 457278 | Playoffs 7 3 364  
 1984-85 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 11 2 024 -3 |            
  St. Catharines Saints AHL 45 15 193441 |            
 1985-86 St. Catharines Saints AHL 33 16 254114 | Playoffs 3 0 110  
 1986-87 Chur NLA 15 9 41340 |            
  Adirondack Red Wings AHL 31 7 132018 | Playoffs 11 6 71312  
 1987-88 Martigny NLB 3 2 138 |            
  Villacher SV Austria 22 29 255463 |              
 1988-89 Villacher SV Austria 46 42 5799- |              
 1989-90 Villacher SV Austria 37 32 457752 |              
 1990-91 Villacher SV Austria 43 40 4282110 |              
 1991-92 Villacher SV Austria 44 48 418977 |              
  Austria WC B 2 4 480 |            
 1992-93 Villacher SV Austria 46 34 346838 |              
 1993-94 Villacher SV Austria 48 33 427557 |              
  Austria OG 7 3 1412 |            
  Austria WC 6 2 028 |            
 1994-95 Gherdëina Italy 36 17 294634 |            
  Austria WC 7 0 114 -7 |            
 1995-96 Villacher SV Austria 43 35 306599 |              
 1996-97 Kapfenberger SV Austria 43 25 275270 |              


TEAM STAFF HISTORY
 SEASON TEAM LEAGUE ROLE ON TEAM NOTES
 2012-2013 EC Salzburg U18 RBHRC U18Coach  
  EC Salzburg AustriaAsst. Coach  



CAREER TOTALS
  GP G A TP PPG PIM  +/-    GP G A TP PPG PIM  +/- 
  Regular Season   Postseason
  AHL: 187 65 102 167 0.89 151  | 21 9 11 20 0.95 16 
  Austria: 372 318 343 661 1.78 566  |    
  COJHL: 36 21 24 45 1.25 125  |    
  Italy: 36 17 29 46 1.28 34  |    
  MTHL: - - - - - |    
  NHL: 15 2 2 4 0.27 -3  |    
  NLA: 15 9 4 13 0.87 40  |    
  NLB: 3 2 1 3 1.00 |    
  OG: 7 3 1 4 0.57 12  |    
  OHL: 163 79 106 185 1.13 201  | 18 12 14 26 1.44 45 
  WC: 13 2 1 3 0.23 12  -7  |    
  WC B: 2 4 4 8 4.00 |    



CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
SEASON AWARDS BY SEASON
1988-1989 Austria Kärntner Eishockey Superstar des Jahres
1989-1990 Austria Kärntner Eishockey Superstar des Jahres
1991-1992 Austrian Champion
1992-1993 Austrian Champion
 AWARDS BY LEAGUE
- Austria Kärntner Eishockey Superstar des Jahres 88/89, 89/90
- Austrian Champion 91/92, 92/93


PLAYER BIOGRAPHY AND TRIVIA
 
 
- 1982-05-01 • Traded to Toronto by Philadelphia to complete transaction that sent Darryl Sittler to Philadelphia (January 20, 1982)


The Toronto, Ontario, native Ken Strong (originally: Kenneth Strong) had a solid junior career with the OHL's Peterborough Petes. He was chosen 58th overall by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1981 NHL Entry Draft but got traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs only one year later. For the Leafs he appeared in 15 NHL games before he sought a change of scenery and moved to Switzerland. In 1987 Strong joined Austrian Villacher SV, the club he represented for eight years. He became one of the most popular players in the club's history because of his outstanding physical game and 609 scored points (293 goals, 316 assists) in 329 appearances for the club. Furthermore, he lead Villach to two consecutive Austrian championship titles in the years 1992 and 1993, when he was part of the league's most productive line with the two former NHL-ers Alfie Turcotte and Kim Issel.
Ken Strong eventually gained Austrian citizenship and represented the country at two A-pool World Championships and the Olympics in 1994. He scored 23 points (12 goals, 11 assists) in 38 games for Team Austria and was part of the 1992 team which achieved promotion to the A-pool after an absence of 33 years.
(by Hannes Biedermann)