Lubomir Visnovsky is a Slovakian defenseman on the Anaheim Ducks.
Visnovsky was drafted by Los Angeles in 2000. He played well immediately upon entering the NHL, finishing his rookie season with 7 goals and 39 points. In 2005-06, he set career highs with 50 assists and 67 points, as well as 42 penalty minutes. He was traded to Edmonton in 2008, where he had a couple of less productive seasons due to injury. With the Oilers looking to rebuild, Visnovsky ws dealt to the Ducks at the 2010 trade deadline, and showed immediate signs of improvement, scoring 5 goals and 13 points in the final 16 games of the season for Anaheim.
Visnovsky has played for Team Slovakia at a number of international competitions, including World Championships, World Cups, Winter Olympics and Inline Hockey Championships. He won a gold medal at the 2002 World Championships, a silver at the 2000 World Championships, a bronze at the 2003 World Championships, and a silver at the 2008 World Inline Hockey Championships.
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