LAST SEASON: Set a career-high in games played with 81 and in goals scored with 25...Finished tied for 13th in the NHL with 65 takeaways...Scored a career-high four goals on Dec. 3 at NY Rangers, his second hat trick of NHL career...Named NHL's First Star of the Week for the period ending on Dec. 3 with seven goals and two assists for nine points in four games...Became the fifth player in NHL history to score six goals in a pair of consecutive road games on back-to-back days (Dec. 2 at Pittsburgh - 2 g, Dec. 3 at NYR - 4 g)...Recorded his 400th NHL point on Nov. 17 at Tampa Bay...Played in his 700th NHL game on Dec. 19 at NY Rangers.
2005-06: Appeared in his 600th NHL game on Oct. 5 vs. Pittsburgh...Finished in the top-ten in scoring on New Jersey with 25 points.
2004-05: Represented Russia at World Cup...Led hometown club Togliatti with 22 assists and 37 points...Club advanced to Russian League Championship Series.
2003-04: Split season with Florida and New Jersey...Prior to trade, was fourth on Florida with 27 points in 48 games.
2002-03: Set career highs in goals with 22, power play goals with seven and shots with 232...Scored 100th career NHL goal on Nov. 20 vs. NY Islanders...Recorded his 300th point with goal on Jan. 2 at Colorado...Played in 500th game on Jan. 10 at New Jersey...Recorded 200th assist on Feb. 6 at Pittsburgh.
2001-02: Missed 32 games due to injuries (hip/abdominal).
2000-01: Finished second on Florida in goals with 14, points with 37 and power play goals with six, despite missing 31 games due to injury...Played in 400th NHL game on Feb. 9 vs. the NY Rangers.
1999-00: Played in career-high 80 games, recorded a career-high 53 assists and 70 points...Appeared in 300th NHL contest on Nov. 6 at Calgary...Recorded 100th assist on Dec. 3 at Atlanta...Posted game-high three assists for the World Team in NHL All-Star game appearance.
1998-99: Led Florida forwards with a +13 plus/minus rating and 209 shots on goal...Selected to World All-Star Team, but did not play because of injury...Posted his 100th NHL point with an assist on Nov. 19 at Boston.
1997-98: Split season between San Jose and Florida...Played in 200th NHL game on Feb. 27 at Detroit. 1996-97: Spent entire season in the NHL for first time in North American career. 1995-95: Won the IHL's Turn Cup Championship with Kansas City.
2007: Played in all five games of the Islanders Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series versus Buffalo.
2000: Made NHL postseason debut by appearing in all 4 playoff games of ECQF vs. New Jersey...Recorded first NHL playoff point.
Has represented Russia in four World Championships (1996, 1998, 2000, 2005) and one World Junior Championship (1993)... Named to Team Russia for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, but did not play due to injury...Represented Russia at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey...Represented Russia at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino.
First NHL Game: 2/18/95 vs. Anaheim
First NHL Goal: 3/21/95 vs. Chicago (Ed Belfour)
First NHL Assist: 12/5/95 at Colorado
Most Goals: 4, 12/3/06 at Rangers
Most Assists: 3 (six times), Last: 1/31/01 vs. Buffalo
Most Points: 5, 11/25/05 at Tampa Bay
Most PIM: 10, 2/5/97 vs. Los Angeles
Viktor and Yana Kozlov have one daughter, Alexandra.