Marek Zidlicky

Team Minnesota Wild Minnesota Wild
Position Defence
Born Feb 3, 1977
Nationality Czech Republic Czech Republic
Team History
Minnesota Wild Minnesota Wild 2008 - present
Nashville Predators Nashville Predators 2003 - 2008
HIFK HIFK 2004 - 2005

Marek Zidlicky is a Czech defenseman on the Minnesota Wild.

Zidlicky was drafted by the New York Rangers in 2001. He continued playing with HIFK before coming to play in the NHL in 2003. By then, the Rangers had traded him to Nashville. Zidlicky developed as a strong offensive defenseman, with his lowest point total coming in 2006-07, when he managed only 30 points. His rookie season, he set career highs with 14 goals and 39 assists for 53 points. Zidlicky had his fourth 40+ point season in 2008-09, recording 30 assists and 42 points with the Wild.

Zidlicky played for the Czech Republic at the 2008 World Championships.

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