Charlotte Checkers Roster
Greg Nemisz

#19 Greg Nemisz

Position Center
Height 6'3"
Weight 197
Shoots Right
Born June 5, 1990
Birthplace Courtice, Ontario
Drafted CGY 2008 (1st, 25th)

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Windsor OHL   62 11 23 34 23   - - - - -
2007-08 Windsor OHL   68 34 33 67 52   5 2 1 3 8
2008-09 Windsor OHL   65 36 41 77 48   20 8 12 20 22
2009-10 Windsor OHL   51 34 36 70 50   15 2 10 12 12
2010-11 Abbotsford AHL   68 14 19 33 28   - - - - -
  Calgary NHL   6 0 1 1 0   - - - - -
2011-12 Abbotsford AHL   51 13 16 29 29   8 2 4 6 4
  Calgary NHL   9 0 0 0 0   - - - - -
2012-13 Abbotsford AHL   55 3 7 10 34   - - - - -
2013-14 Abbotsford AHL   32 5 4 9 9   - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   14 3 8 11 4   - - - - -
2014-15 Charlotte AHL   21 8 6 14 6   - - - - -
   
AHL TOTALS   241 46 60 106 110   8 2 4 6 5
NHL TOTALS   15 0 1 1 0   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   256 46 61 107 110   8 2 4 6 5

Biography

Greg Nemisz
Acquired by Carolina from Calgary in exchange for Kevin Westgarth on 12/30/13 ... Signed a one-year, two-way contract with Carolina on 7/2/14.

Personal

Growing up, was a fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs and his favorite player was Joe Sakic ... He listens to all types of music and his favorite band is Pearl Jam ... During his time away from the rink, Nemisz enjoys golfing ... His favorite TV show is Ray Donovan and his favorite movie is 300 ... Nemisz is a devoted Detroit Tigers fan ... His favorite food is steak and he enjoys visiting his cottage and playing golf over the summer.

2014-15

Completed his fifth professional season, his first spent completely in Charlotte … Named an alternate captain prior to the season … Put up 14 points (8g, 6a) in the first 21 games before being ruled out the rest of the season due to injury … Tied for the team lead with two shorthanded goals … Tied for fourth on the team with two game-winning goals … Scored on 25 percent of his 32 shots on goal for the season … Recorded his first point of the season, an assist, in the opener at MIL (10/10) … Recorded his first goal and first multi-point game of the season (1g, 1a) at IA (10/24) … Scored for the second consecutive game at IA (10/25) … Netted two goals, including the game winner on the power play, vs. HAM (11/2) … Scored the game-winning goal to extend his point streak to three games (3g, 1a) vs. TEX (11/10) … Scored a shorthanded goal as part of a multi-point effort (1g, 1a) at SA (11/15) … Recorded his second consecutive multi-point effort, including his second consecutive game with a shorthanded goal, as part of a season-high three points (2g, 1a) vs. NOR (11/18) … Assisted on Chris Terry’s first goal of the season to open the scoring vs. MIL (11/29) … Missed the final 55 games due to with a lower-body injury. Was the Checkers’ scoring leader at the time of his last game played on 12/6.

2013-14

Split his fourth professional season between Abbotsford and Charlotte … Scored 11 points (3g, 8a) in 14 games with the Checkers, surpassing the nine points he scored in 32 games prior to his acquisition from Abbotsford on 12/30 … Recorded an assist in his first game of the season at LE (10/4) … Scored his first goal of the season on the power play in overtime vs. MIL on 10/11 … Traded from Calgary to Carolina in exchange for Kevin Westgarth on 12/30 … Picked up a power-play assist in his Checkers debut vs. TEX (1/3) … Posted his first multi-point game of the season with two assists vs. TEX (1/18) … Scored his first goal as a Checker to tie the game with 5:13 remaining in regulation of an eventual shootout win vs. NOR (1/19) … Recorded a goal and an assist vs. OKC (1/24), giving him goals in three straight games (3g, 1a) and points in each of his first six games as a Checker (3g, 5a). The goal streak was the longest of his career and the point streak tied the longest of his career … Assisted on Aaron Palushaj’s game-winning goal at LE (2/1) for his ninth point in eight games as a Checker, matching his total from 32 previous games with Abbotsford … After missing eight games due to injury, picked up an assist in his return to the lineup at HER (3/2) … Missed the final 19 games of the season due to injury … Missed 31 games overall due to injury.

2012-13

Spent the entirety of his third professional season with Abbotsford, scoring 10 points (3g, 7a) in 55 games … Made his season debut vs. HAM on 11/30 after missing the season’s first 18 games due to injury … Fired a season-high five shots on goal vs. SA (12/5) … Registered his first point of the season, an assist, in his 18th game of the campaign vs. HAM (1/15) … Opened the scoring with his first goal of the season in a 5-1 loss vs. CHA (2/22), giving him points in consecutive games (1g, 1a) for the first time this season … Had a season high seven penalty minutes, including his second fight of the season, vs. GR (4/5).

2011-12

Played the majority of his sophomore campaign with Abbotsford (51 games) but also dressed for a career-high nine NHL games with Calgary … Ranked sixth on the Heat with 29 points (13g, 16a) and tied for third on the team in playoff scoring with six points (2g, 4a) in eight games … Scored the game-winning goal on the power play and tied his career high with seven shots on goal in his first game of the season at LE (10/7) … Had the game-winning goal and an assist vs. RFD on 10/14, giving him points in each of the season’s first three games (2g, 2a) … Fought for the first time as a professional against fellow 2008 first-round draft pick Kyle Beach vs. RFD (10/16) … Recorded his first career multi-goal game with one power-play goal and one shorthanded goal vs. OKC (11/5) … Posted a six-game point streak from Oct. 30-Nov. 11 (4g, 4a) … Had his only multi-assist game of the season with a pair of helpers at SA (11/15) … Recalled to Calgary to play his first NHL game of the season vs. EDM on 12/10 … Earned another one-game recall to Calgary to play against DET on 12/22 … Notched his sixth multi-point game of the season with a goal and an assist vs. HOU (2/18) … Played seven consecutive NHL games for Calgary from 3/6-3/18, recording no points … Logged a career-best 11:24 of ice time at the NHL level at MIN (3/11) … Returned to Abbotsford on 3/20 … Scored two goals in his first professional playoff game, including the game winner, at MIL (4/20) … Recorded points in each of his first four playoff games as a professional (4/20-5/1: 2g, 4a).

2010-11

Spent most of his rookie campaign with Abbotsford, while also making his NHL debut with Calgary … Set AHL career highs with 68 games played, 14 goals, 19 assists and 33 points … Finished fourth on the Heat in points, just two off the team lead … Tied for second on the team in goals … Had the primary assist on Abbotsford’s first goal of the season in his professional debut at GR (10/8) … Scored his first professional goal, a shorthanded tally to open the scoring at MIL (10/9) … Scored a shorthanded goal for the second consecutive game at TOR (10/11), giving him points in each of his first three as a professional … Had his first career multi-point game with his first career power-play goal and an assist vs. HOU (11/9), giving him points in five straight games (10/29-11/9: 2g, 4a) … Netted the first game-winning goal of his pro career at PRO (11/12) … Recorded his first multi-assist game as a professional with two helpers vs. TOR (2/11) … Recorded his third multi-assist game and fifth multi-point game of the season with two assists vs. WBS (3/12) … Made his NHL debut with Calgary at SJ on 3/23, the first of six consecutive NHL games played … Recorded his first NHL point, an assist on Curtis Glencross’ goal, in his last NHL game of the season vs. EDM (4/6).

Junior

Totaled 248 points (115g, 133a) in 246 career Ontario Hockey League games over the course of four seasons with the Windsor Spitfires from 2006-2010 … Won two consecutive Memorial Cups with the Windsor Spitfires in 2009 and 2010, where he was teammates with Checkers forward Justin Shugg … Drafted 25th overall by the Calgary Flames in 2008 after scoring 67 points (34g, 33a) in his second junior season … Set career highs with 36 goals, 41 assists and 77 points in his third season with Windsor in 2008-09 and notched 20 points (8g, 12a) in 20 playoff games to help the Spitfires capture the first of two consecutive Memorial Cups … Ranked third on the team in scoring that season behind Taylor Hall, the No. 1 NHL draft pick in 2010, and Ryan Ellis, the 11th overall pick in 2009 … In his final junior season, ranked fourth on the team in scoring with 70 points in 51 games and recorded 12 points in 15 playoff games to win his second consecutive Memorial Cup.