Dávid Bondra

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Dávid Bondra
Born (1992-08-26) 26 August 1992 (age 28)
Annapolis, Maryland, U.S.
Height 178 cm (5 ft 10 in)
Weight 86 kg (190 lb; 13 st 8 lb)
Position Right wing
Shoots Left
IceHL team
Former teams
Bratislava Capitals
Washington Jr. Nationals
Chicago Steel
Chilliwack Chiefs
Michigan State Univ.
HK Poprad [1]
Kunlun Red Star
HC Kometa Brno
National teamFlag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia
Playing career 2016present

Dávid Bondra (born 26 August 1992) is an American-born Slovak professional ice hockey who is currently playing for Bratislava Capitals of the bet-at-home ICE Hockey League.

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Personal life

Bondra was born in Annapolis, Maryland, when his father, Peter was a member of the Washington Capitals. He spent the majority of his youth in the United States where his father played for a multitude of NHL teams. [2]

Playing career

College

Dávid was a forward at Michigan State University for the Spartans men's ice hockey team. He scored 1 goal over his Michigan State tenure, and was able to tack up 48 healthy scratches. His brother, Nick, was beginning his collegiate career at Amherst College in 2017.

Professional

Bondra was selected 21st overall in the 2010 KHL draft. [3] Bondra made his professional debut playing for HK Poprad of the Slovak Tipsport Liga. [4]

International play

Bondra also played for Slovakia in the 2018 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships. [5]

Career statistics

Regular season and playoffs

Regular season Playoffs
Season TeamLeagueGP G A Pts PIM GPGAPtsPIM
2005–06Washington Little Caps 16UAYHL 16U55274
2006–07Team Maryland Bantam MajorAYBHL2217153220
2007–08Team Maryland 16UAYHL 16U22613192
2008–09 Washington Jr. Nationals AtJHL 381341722
2009–10Washington Jr. NationalsAtJHL402229514420002
2010–11 Chicago Steel USHL 5845918
2011–12 Chilliwack Chiefs BCHL 592241633760114
2012–13 Michigan State Univ. NCAA 3503310
2013–14 Michigan State Univ.NCAA51012
2014–15 Michigan State Univ.NCAA150114
2015–16 Michigan State Univ.NCAA130002
2016–17 HK Poprad Slovak 52911201440002
2017–18 HK PopradSlovak536121832411212
2018–19 HK PopradSlovak5322133534122464
2019–20 Kunlun Red Star KHL 181236
2020–21 Kunlun Red StarKHL151122
2020–21 HC Kometa Brno Czech 3042618901124
KHL totals332358
Slovak totals158373673802035818

International

YearTeamEventResultGPGAPtsPIM
2009 Slovakia WHC17 8th51348
2010 Slovakia WJC18 8th603316
2018 Slovakia WC 9th71120
2019 SlovakiaWC9th21010
Junior totals1116724
Senior totals92130

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  2. Not just a famous name
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