Brad Leeb
Brad Leeb NHL
Position Right wing
Shoots Right
5 ft 11 in (1.8 m)
194 lb (88 kg)
DEL Team
F. Teams
Nuremberg Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers
Toronto Maple Leafs
Vancouver Canucks
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born August 27 1979 (1979-08-27) (age 40),
Red Deer, AB, CAN
NHL Draft Undrafted
Pro Career 1999 – present

Brad Leeb (born August 27, 1979) is a Canadian ice hockey player.

Leeb started his career playing for the Red Deer Midget Chiefs in the Alberta Midget Hockey League. He played 3 games for his hometown Red Deer Rebels as a 15 year old, then went on to play 4 full seasons with the Rebels. He also played in the 1998-1999 WHL All-Star game.

Leeb played for Team Canada at the 1999 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Canada won silver after losing to the Russians in triple overtime. Leeb finished tied for second in team scoring with Simon Gagne, Kyle Calder, and Brendan Morrow, all had 8 points in 7 games.

In 1999–2000, Leeb signed with the Vancouver Canucks as a free agent. He was with the Canucks organization for three seasons, appearing in 4 games with the Canucks while playing in the minor league system with the (Syracuse Crunch (AHL), Kansas City Blades) (IHL), and Manitoba Moose (AHL).

In 2002–03, Leeb was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs for Tomas Mojzis. Leeb played one game for the Maple Leafs, and mainly played in the Maple Leafs minor league system with the St. John's Maple Leafs (AHL) and the Toronto Marlies (AHL).

Leeb played the 2007–08 season in Germany for ERC Ingolstadt in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL).

In 2008-2009, he went to play for the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers (DEL) in the city of Nuremberg, Germany. He is currently still playing here.

Leeb is also currently playing hockey on the same team as his older brother Greg Leeb in Nuremberg. This is the first time the brothers have ever played on the same team. Growing up they played against each other in the WHL, IHL, AHL, and the DEL.

Leeb is the creator of the website [1], a hockey based betting website, with tips given by current and former professional hockey players.[1]

Career statisticsEdit

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1994–95Red Deer RebelsWHL30004
1995–96Red Deer RebelsWHL38369301020211
1996–97Red Deer RebelsWHL7015203576163366
1997–98Red Deer RebelsWHL632323468832022
1998–99Red Deer RebelsWHL64324779849591410
1999–00Syracuse CrunchAHL611918375040006
1999–00Vancouver CanucksNHL20002
2000–01Kansas City BladesIHL5318163453
2001–02Manitoba MooseAHL6017153245
2001–02Vancouver CanucksNHL20000
2002–03St. John's Maple LeafsAHL7935266178
2003–04St. John's Maple LeafsAHL77242549116
2003–04Toronto Maple LeafsNHL10000
2004–05St. John's Maple LeafsAHL481613294332130
2005–06Toronto MarliesAHL793424589153036
2006–07Toronto MarliesAHL34961525
2007–08Ingolstadt ERCDEL551821396830002
2008–09Nuermberg Sinupret Ice TigersDEL501682488510110
NHL totals 5 0 0 0 2


  1. About Bet On Hockey. Retrieved March 7, 2011.

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