Tom Bissett

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Tom Bissett
Born (1966-03-13) March 13, 1966 (age 57)
Seattle, Washington, U.S.
Height 6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
Weight 191 lb (87 kg; 13 st 9 lb)
Position Left wing
Shot Right
Played for Detroit Red Wings
National teamFlag of the United States.svg  United States
NHL Draft 211th overall, 1986
Detroit Red Wings
Playing career 19892003

Tom Bissett (born March 13, 1966) is an American former professional ice hockey left winger. He grew up playing junior hockey in Lynnwood, Washington before joining the Waterloo Black Hawks, [1] then moving to Michigan Tech on a hockey scholarship. [2] In the 1990–91 season, he played in 5 NHL games for the Detroit Red Wings and he did not register a point. He was more successful in Europe where he played for 12 seasons as well as representing the United States at the 1992 and 1999 IIHF ice hockey world championships.

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Career statistics

Regular season and playoffs

   Regular season   Playoffs
Season TeamLeagueGP G A Pts PIM GPGAPtsPIM
1984–85 Waterloo Black Hawks USHL 48386510324
1985–86 Michigan Tech University WCHA 4012213318
1986–87 Michigan Tech UniversityWCHA4016193512
1987–88 Michigan Tech UniversityWCHA4118264420
1988–89 Michigan Tech UniversityWCHA4219284716
1988–89 Adirondack Red Wings AHL 50110
1989–90 Adirondack Red WingsAHL16114154
1989–90 Hampton Roads Admirals ECHL 577142
1990–91 Detroit Red Wings NHL 50000
1990–91 Adirondack Red WingsAHL734438821220000
1991–92 Brynäs IF SEL 4025154032
1992–93 Brynäs IFSEL4021113220107188
1993–94 SC Rapperswil–Jona SUI.2 36242448
1994–95 SC Rapperswil–Jona NDA 331215271864372
1995–96TuS Geretsried GER.2 3126376318
1995–96 Kaufbeurer Adler DEL 10110
1995–96 HC La Chaux–de–Fonds SUI.251456
1995–96 Houston Aeros IHL 30000
1996–97 HIFK SM-l 501492326
1997–98 Star Bulls Rosenheim GmbH DEL3410142420
1997–98 SC Rapperswil–JonaNDA9235420222
1998–99 Brynäs IFSEL5040125230146284
1999–2000 Brynäs IFSEL5015375255113250
2000–01 Brynäs IFSEL502117383043140
2001–02 Brynäs IFSEL501415292441236
2002–03 Tappara SM-l451113246154044
SEL totals280136107243191432082818
NDA totals421418322284594
SM-l totals9525224732154044

International

YearTeamEvent GPGAPtsPIM
1992 United States WC 61010
1999 United StatesWC63030
Senior totals124040

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References

  1. "Black Hawks in the NHL".
  2. "Swedish Elite team releases Bissett | the Seattle Times".