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Cody Rudkowsky
Position Goaltender
Catches Left
Nickname(s) Rudy, Rudes, Rude-boy
6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
200 lb (91 kg)
Elite Ice Hockey League Team
F. Teams
Edinburgh Capitals
Cincinnati Cyclones
Phoenix Roadrunners
Bridgeport Sound Tigers
Reading Royals
Providence Bruins
Worcester IceCats
St. Louis Blues
Trenton Titans
Peoria Rivermen
Stony Plain Eagles
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born (1978-07-21)July 21, 1978,
Willingdon, Alberta, CAN
Pro Career 1995 – present

Cody Rudkowsky (born July 21, 1978 in Willingdon, Alberta, Canada,) is a Canadian ice hockey goaltender who currently plays for Edinburgh Capitals in the Elite Ice Hockey League. He previously split the 2007-08 season with the Cincinnati Cyclones and Phoenix Roadrunners in the ECHL.


Rudkowsky played in NHL one game with the St. Louis Blues in 2002–03. In 30 minutes of action, he stopped all ten shots he faced and was credited with the win.


Rudkowsky has spent most of his career in the ECHL. He backstopped the Reading Royals to a career high 46 games played in 2003-04 and led the Royals to the Kelly Cup semi-finals that season. On December 31, 2005, Rudkowsky was named starting goaltender for the American Conference in the 14th annual ECHL All-Star Game.

Rudkowsky was signed to a professional tryout contract (PTO) by the Grand Rapids Griffins on October 26th 2007. On October 28th, he would come in relief for starting goaltender Adam Berkhoel and stop 8 of 9 shots that night. The Griffins would lose that game 7-1. On February 15th, 2008, he was signed again to a PTO by Grand Rapids and made a brief appearance (3m 21sec) against the Milwaukee Admirals.


It was announced on 27th August 2009 that Rudkowsky will play for the Edinburgh Capitals in the British Elite Ice Hockey League for the 09/10 Season. This is the first time Rudkowsky will play for a team outside North America, he last plays for Stony Plain Eagles in the Chinook Hockey League.

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Preceded by
Sergei Varlamov
Winner of the WHL Four Broncos Memorial Trophy
Succeeded by
Brad Moran

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