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Are there any German NHL players?

Are there any German NHL players?

German gems The NHL Draft has been held 57 times, with five players born and trained in Germany having been selected in the first round, but never more than one in any year: forwards Draisaitl, Marco Sturm (No. 21, San Jose Sharks, 1996), Marcel Goc (No. 20, Sharks, 2001) and Bokk, and defenseman Seider.

Who was the last German player to play for Manchester United?

Owen Hargreaves

Personal information
2000–2007 Bayern Munich 145
2007–2011 Manchester United 27
2011–2012 Manchester City 1
Total 199

Who is the best German hockey player?

Leon Draisaitl
German NHL Players ‑ All-Time Stats

Rk Name A
1 Leon Draisaitl 307
2 Marco Sturm 245
3 Jochen Hecht 277

Who is the best German player?

Footballer of the Year

Year Player Club
2017 Philipp Lahm Bayern Munich
2018 Toni Kroos Real Madrid
2019 Marco Reus Borussia Dortmund
2020 Robert Lewandowski Bayern Munich

Who is the greatest Manchester United player of all time?

George Best made 470 appearances for Manchester United, and is considered one of the greatest footballers of all time. Paul Scholes made the third-highest number of appearances for Manchester United, with 718. Peter Schmeichel made 398 appearances for Manchester United.

Who is on the Manchester United official club collection?

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Who is the second highest goalscorer for Manchester United?

Jack Rowley made 424 appearances for Manchester United and was the first of only four players to score 200 goals for the club. Bobby Charlton is United’s second-highest goalscorer and has the second-most appearances for the club, and captained the club between 1968 and 1973.

When did John Trautmann play for Manchester City?

Trautmann played for Manchester City until 1964, making 545 appearances. After his playing career, he moved into management, first with lower-division sides in England and Germany, and later as part of a German Football Association development scheme that took him to several countries, including Burma, Tanzania and Pakistan.