Former Kingston Frontenac, Mike Zigomanis, started out the 2009-10 season with the Toronto Marlies of the AHL, but found his way to Sweden only 7 games into the season. Zigomanis played his Ontario Hockey League career entirely with the Kingston Frontenacs from 1997-98 to 2000-01.
Zigomanis was the Frontenacs leading scorer for his final two season and hit the 40 goal plateau in both those seasons. His point total over his four year OHL career was 330. His 94 points in 1999-00 were good enough to place him 5th in league scoring. In the same season, he was awarded the William Hanley Trophy for most sportsmanlike player.
Mike is currently playing for Djurgårdens IF in the Swedish Elite League. The team has just entered the playoffs after finishing the regular season 2nd in the 12 team league.
A Carolina Hurricanes draft pick, Mike has played 189 regular season NHL games with Carolina, St. Louis, Phoenix and, most recently, Pittsburgh.
To view Mike’s profile page at the Djurgårdens IF official website, click here.