The Short List

  • 2006 U.S. Olympic Team member
  • Four-time World Championships Team member (1995, 1999, 2001, 2005)

Did You Know?

  • Played collegiate hockey for four years at the University of Michigan, being named second team All-American in 1995
  • Selected by the Detroit Red Wings as the 76th overall pick in the 1991 NHL entry draft
  • Won a Stanley Cup Title in 1998 with the Detroit Red Wings
  • Played for the Detroit Red Wings, N.Y. Rangers, and Boston Bruins, before signing with the Philadelphia Flyers in 2004
  • Born in Toronto, Ontario but was raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and is a U.S. citizen
  • Knuble and wife, Megan, have two children

It's Every Day
Knuble currently plays for the Philadelphia Flyers along with fellow 2006 U.S. Olympic Team members Robert Esche and Derian Hatcher.

On being a part of the Philadelphia Flyers line: "I am like the red-headed step-child on that line. But that's what I try to do. I don't try to be the player that I am not. I try to complement. I try to win my battles in the corners and keep pucks alive for them and not be a hindrance to the line. I get in trouble when I try to do too much. So I am pretty good at catching myself and then getting back down to simpler play."