2005-06: Ranked second on the team with 41 points (10g, 31a) and was tied for first on the team with 31 assists, a career high Skated in a career high 71 games Tallied his 100th career NHL point on Feb. 10 at Calgary Posted a career-high five-game point streak from Jan. 30-Feb. 8, collecting eight points (2g, 6a) over the span Notched the game-winning shootout goal on Dec. 23 at San Jose Missed 11 games due to injury.
CAREER: 2004-05: Helped HC Zlin of the Czech Elite League reach the finals but lost to HC Pardubice Finished fourth on the club in the regular season in goals (10), assists (15) and points (25) Finished second on the team in penalty minutes (91) and tied for third with a plus-12 rating.
2003-04: Posted career highs in goals (12) and games played (70) Registered 16 (10g, 6a) of his 26 points on the road Recorded a plus-or-even rating in 59 of his 70 contests, recording a plus-12 rating, tying him for first on the team Tallied four multi-point games, two two-point games, two three-point games Recorded six game-winning points (4g, 2a) Posted a career-high three- game goal scoring streak from Oct. 16-21, notching three goals over the span Recorded the game-winning goal in overtime on Nov. 13 at San Jose Missed 12 games due to injury. Played in his 100th career NHL game on Feb. 22 at Chicago. Playoffs: Skated in five postseason games, collecting a pair of assists, while posting a plus-3 rating. 2002-03: Appeared in his first NHL season, registering a career high 38 points (9g, 29a), finishing eighth on the team in scoring Finished sixth on the team with 29 assists Made his NHL debut on Oct. 10 versus Anaheim and recorded his first NHL point (assist) Scored his first career NHL goal on Oct. 17 versus Columbus Missed 24 games due to a fractured left fibula suffered on Jan. 12 at Anaheim Returned to the lineup on March 11 at San Jose and posted a four-game point streak, recording seven points (2g, 5a) over the span Missed seven games due to a facial laceration suffered on March 23 at Dallas Finished the season with a plus-16 rating overall. Playoffs: Made his NHL postseason debut in game six on April 20 vs. Vancouver Missed the first five games of the postseason due to a facial laceration Registered two penalty minutes. 2001-02: Was named MVP of the Czech Elite League Ranked second in the league with 64 points Has spent the previous nine seasons with HC Continental Zlin of the Czech Republic League Finished second in points (64) and assists (44) Led the team in assists (44), second on the club in points (64) and third in goals (20) Led the team with five playoff goals, and finished second with seven assists and 12 points Named MVP of the Baltic Tournament in Moscow. 2000-01: Finished tied for eighth in the Czech Republic League in scoring with 49 points (18g, 31a) Led HC Continental Zlin team in points (49), goals (18), assists (31) and penalty minutes (105) Collected four assists, and 22 penalty minutes, appearing in six playoff games. 1999-2000: Ranked first on the team with 57 points, and tied for first on the team with 34 assists Finished second on the team in goals (23) and third in penalty minutes (66). 1998-99: Finished tied for 15th in the Czech Republic League, registering 48 points (15g, 33a), skating in 49 games Ranked second on the team in assists (33), points (48) and penalty minutes (123) Finished third on the team with 15 goals Led the team in playoff scoring with 12 points (5g, 7a) Was tied for first with five playoff goals, and ranked first with seven assists. 1997-98: Led the team in points (46), assists (27), and penalty minutes (117) Was tied for first on the team with 19 goals. 1996-97: Finished fourth on the team in points (39) and third in assists (30). 1995-96: Played in eight playoff games, finishing first on the team in points (eight) and assists (six). 1994-95: Was ninth on the team in points (16) Finished fifth on the team in playoff points (eight). 1993-94: Played in his first season for HC Continental Zlin, recording nine points (5g, 4a) in 34 games played.
INTERNATIONAL CAREER: Captured a bronze medal at the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy, playing for the Czech Republic He notched one goal along with four penalty minutes in seven games played Captured a gold medal at the 2005 World Championships in Austria Was named to the 2004 Czech Republic World Cup Team, notching three points (1g, 2a) in four games played Was the only member of the 2002 Czech Republic Olympic Team without NHL experience Finished sixth on the Czech Republic World Championship team with six points, and was a plus- two for the tournament Was a member of the Czech Republic's 2001 gold medal World Championship team Finished third on the Czech Republic team in points (8) Ended the tournament ranked ninth among all teams in plus/minus (plus-nine) Won a gold medal with the Czech Republic at the 2000 World Championship.
BACKGROUND: Put on his first pair of skates at age seven Enjoys playing soccer and golf Most memorable hockey moment is skating in his first NHL game Petr and his wife, Katerina, are the parents of one daughter: Tereza.
TRANSACTIONS: June 24, 2001 - St. Louis' eighth-round selection, 253rd overall in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.