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1984 NHL DRAFT PICK
Emanuel Viveiros
Selected in sixth round
No. 106 overall by Edmonton Oilers

Born January 8, 1966
Position: Defense
Height: 5-11   Weight: 160
BEFORE THE DRAFT
Last Team: Prince Albert (WHL)                         
Birthplace: St. Albert, Alberta (Canada)
Hometown: St. Albert, Alberta
PRE-DRAFT STATISTICS
Year TeamLeague GPG ATP PIM
1981-82 St. AlbertAlb. AAA ---- ---- --
  St. AlbertAJHL 101 12 2
1982-83 Prince AlbertWHL 596 2632 55
1983-84 Prince AlbertWHL 6715 94109 48
NHL CAREER
Debut: January 25, 1986 (Washington at Minnesota)
Numbers:  18, 32 (Minnesota)
Stanley Cup: Never won.  Playing Status: Active (Austria)
CAREER NHL STATISTICS
Years TeamsGP GA TPPIM
1986-1988 Minnesota29 111 126

NHL AWARDS AND HONORS
Miscellaneous:
Signed with Hartford as an unrestricted free agent on Feb. 9, 1990, but never played for parent team.
NON-NHL CAREER
Post-Draft Teams: Prince Albert (WHL); Springfield (AHL); Kalamazoo (IHL); Kaufbeuren (Germany); Albany (IHL); Villach, Lustenau (Austria); Schwenningen (Germany); Graz (Austria); Vipiteno (Italy); Vienna, Klagenfurt (Austria)
World Championships: 2005 (Austria) (16th place)
World Junior Championships: 1986 (silver medal)
NON-NHL AWARDS AND HONORS
AHL Calder Cup:
1991 (Springfield)
Memorial Cup: 1985 (Prince Albert)
Austria Championship: 1992, 1993 (Villach), 2001, 2004 (Klagenfurt)
Molson/Cooper WHL Player of Year: 1985-86 (Prince Albert)
WHL East MVP: 1985-86 (Prince Albert)
WHL East Top Defenseman: 1985-86 (Prince Albert)
WHL East All-Star First Team: 1985-86 (Prince Albert)
WHL East All-Star Second Team: 1984-85 (Prince Albert)
Miscellaneous: Missed remainder of 1989-90 season with separated right shoulder, an injury suffered playing for Kaufbeuren (Germany) in January 1990. While he was out with the injury, he came back to North America to sign with Hartford on Feb. 9, 1990. The Whalers then assigned to Binghamton (AHL). ... Played on 1990-91 Albany (IHL) team that folded on Feb. 15, 1991, but had already left team prior to its ultimate demise. ... Left North America for good after 1990-91 season to play rest of his career in Europe. ... Gained Austrian citizenship in 1998, enabling him to play exhibition games for Team Austria in 1998-99. ... Failed in his effort to convince IIHF that he should be eligible to play for Austria the 1999 World Championships or the 2002 Olympics at Salt Lake City. The IIHF ruled that Viveiros, who was on the Austrian pre-Olympic roster, did not qualify to play for another country in a major IIHF tournament because he had previously been in a major IIHF-sanctioned tournament (the World Junior Championships) with Canada 16 years earlier. However, that ban was lifted in December 2003 after the IIHF changed its rules on eligibility to allow players who have played at least four consecutive years in the country in which they are trying to claim citizenship. ... Missed chance to play for Austria at 2004 World Championships due to groin injury. ... Played for Austria in February 2005 Olympic qualifying tournament, but team came up short of qualifying for 2006 Olympics, losing title game to Kazakhstan. ... Missed remainder of 2005 World Championships with ligament damage and torn meniscus in knee, an injury suffered during Austria's May 8, 2005, game vs. Denmark. ... Announced plans to retire at the end of the 2005-06 season.
Personal: Known as Manny Viveiros during playing days in Europe..
HOW HE GOT AWAY
TRADE: Edmonton traded Viveiros, Marc Habscheid and Don Barber to Minnesota in exchange for Gord Sherven and Don Biggs on December 20, 1985.

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SNAPSHOT '84
Total Selected: 250
Forwards: 142
Defense: 88
Goaltenders: 20
Major Junior: 110
Tier II/Jr. B: 16/9
College Players: 23
High School: 47
Midget: 4
U.S. Junior B: 1
Canadian: 145
Euro-Canadian: 2
USA Citizens: 62
U.S.-Born: 63
European: 41
Reached NHL: 102
Stanley Cup: 20
Hall of Fame: 1
All-Star Game: 18
Year-end All-Star: 7
Olympians: 31
Picks Traded: 39
 
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