Emmanuel Noveen Malhotra is a Canadian former professional ice hockey centre who is currently an assistant coach for the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League. He is a former assistant coach of the Vancouver Canucks. He last played with the Lake Erie Monsters in the American Hockey League on a try-out basis. During his 18-year career, he played as a centre for the Montreal Canadiens, Carolina Hurricanes, Vancouver Canucks, San Jose Sharks, Columbus Blue Jackets, Dallas Stars and the New York Rangers. Malhotra was known as a two-way forward and for his faceoff proficiency, in which he won over 56% of faceoffs he took in the NHL.
Hockey center best known for his stints with teams like the Columbus Blue Jackets, San Jose Sharks and Vancouver Canucks. He won a Calder Cup championship with the Hartford Wolf Pack in 2000.
He played minor hockey with the Mississauga Reps in the Metro Toronto Hockey League.
He won a bronze medal representing Canada at the 2000 World Junior Championships.
Both of his parents earned doctorates from Universite Laval in Quebec. His father worked as a chemist for Xerox.
He competed in the 2011 Stanley Cup Final alongside Canucks teammates Ryan Kesler.
Expatriate sportspeople in Slovenia. Vancouver Canucks coaches. Guelph Storm players. HDD Olimpija Ljubljana players. Charlotte Checkers (2010–) players. Lake Erie Monsters players. HV71 players. Sportspeople from Mississauga. Carolina Hurricanes players. Columbus Blue Jackets players. New York Rangers draft picks. Dallas Stars players. San Jose Sharks players. Hartford Wolf Pack players. Franco-Ontarian people. Vancouver Canucks players