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MARTIN KARIYA  Canada
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BIRTHYEAR 1981-10-05 BIRTHPLACEVancouver, BC, CAN
AGE 33 NATION Canada
POSITION C/RW SHOOTS R
HEIGHT 176 cm / 5'9" WEIGHT 79 kg / 174 lbs
STATUS Retired


Kariya was a skilled forward with quick hands and skating ability. Lacked size, but had good hockey sense.
- Erik K. Piri, EP

Brothers: Paul Kariya & Steve Kariya

ę Photo: Peter Eggimann

CAREER STATISTICS Use/Embed statistics RSS feed
 SEASON TEAM LEAGUE GP G A TP PIM +/-      POST GP G A TP PIM +/- 
 1997-98 Victoria Salsa BCHL 55 7 9166 |            
 1998-99 Victoria Salsa BCHL 59 25 8010514 |            
 1999-00 Univ. of Maine NCAA 35 8 17256 1 |            
 2000-01 Univ. of Maine NCAA 39 12 243610 5 |            
 2001-02 Univ. of Maine  NCAA 43 16 284414 13 |            
 2002-03 Univ. of Maine  NCAA 39 14 36506 |            
  Portland Pirates AHL 0 0 000 | Playoffs 3 0 000 -2 
 2003-04 Bridgeport Sound Tigers AHL 70 8 172516 -10 | Playoffs 7 0 112 -2 
 2004-05 Nikko Icebucks Asia League 15 6 121820 9 |            
 2005-06 Stjernen Norway 39 15 375249 12 | Playoffs 11 3 10138
 2006-07 Blues Liiga 51 18 436158 17 | Playoffs 9 0 554
 2007-08 Peoria Rivermen AHL 71 16 375329 12 |            
 2008-09 Langnau NLA 50 15 435822 | Relegation 5 0 222  
 2009-10 Dinamo Riga KHL 38 4 192316 8 | Playoffs 9 3 252
 2010-11 Ambrý-Piotta NLA 38 5 21268 -5 | Relegation 17 5 386 -1 
 2011-12 Ambrý-Piotta NLA 14 5 7122 10 |            
 
 TOURNAMENT STATISTICS
 2005-06 Team Canada Spengler Cup 5 2 240 |            
 2008-09 Team Canada Spengler Cup 4 2 242 |            
 2010-11 Team Canada Spengler Cup 5 1 010 |            



CAREER TOTALS
  GP G A TP PPG PIM  +/-    GP G A TP PPG PIM  +/- 
  Regular Season   Postseason
  AHL: 141 24 54 78 0.55 45  | 10 0 1 1 0.10 -4 
  Asia League: 15 6 12 18 1.20 20  |    
  BCHL: 114 32 89 121 1.06 20  |    
  KHL: 38 4 19 23 0.61 16  | 9 3 2 5 0.56
  Liiga: 51 18 43 61 1.20 58  17  | 9 0 5 5 0.56
  NCAA: 156 50 105 155 0.99 36  19  |    
  NLA: 102 25 71 96 0.94 32  | 22 5 5 10 0.45 -1 
  Norway: 39 15 37 52 1.33 49  12  | 11 3 10 13 1.18
  Spengler Cup: 14 5 4 9 0.64 |    



CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
SEASON AWARDS BY SEASON
1999-2000 NCAA (Hockey East) All-Academic Team
  NCAA (Hockey East) Champion
2000-2001 NCAA (Hockey East) All-Academic Team
2001-2002 NCAA (Hockey East) All-Academic Team
2002-2003 NCAA (Hockey East) All-Academic Team
  NCAA (Hockey East) First All-Star Team
  NCAA (Hockey East) Sportsmanship (Len Ceglarski Award)
2006-2007 SM-liiga Most Points (Veli-Pekka Ketola Trophy) (61)
 AWARDS BY LEAGUE
- NCAA (Hockey East) All-Academic Team 99/00, 00/01, 01/02, 02/03
- NCAA (Hockey East) Champion 99/00
- NCAA (Hockey East) First All-Star Team 02/03
- NCAA (Hockey East) Sportsmanship (Len Ceglarski Award) 02/03
- SM-liiga Most Points (Veli-Pekka Ketola Trophy) 06/07



TRANSACTIONS
DATE STATUS FROM TO SOURCE  
05/03/2010 Confirmed Dinamo Riga Ambrý-Piotta
07/15/2009 Confirmed Langnau Dinamo Riga


PLAYER BIOGRAPHY AND TRIVIA
 
 
His father, Tetsuhiko, played rugby for the Canadian National Team.