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When the 06/07 NHL regular season came to an end, Ales Hemský and Petr Sýkora led the Edmonton Oilers in scoring points with 53 points each.
Hemský returned to the Czech Republic to play 47 games for HC Moeller Pardubice during the 2004 NHL Lockout.
He also scored a memorable goal on Marty Turco with 2 seconds to go in the 3rd period after Patrik Štefan missed an empty net in a game vs. On September 16, 2007, in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Aleš Hemský scored 3 goals and added 2 assists for 5 points to help his team win the Joey Moss Cup by a score of 9-4.
Hemský developed good chemistry on a line with teammates Dustin Penner and Sam Gagner.
Hemský continued his success in Hull during the 2001–02 season, with 27 goals and 97 points in 53 games, and finished 19th in the QMJHL scoring race.
He scored 19 goals, 58 assists and 77 points, while playing in all but one game for the Oilers during the regular season.
In 2001 the Oilers chose to exchange their original first-round selection (19th overall) for the Bruins' (13th overall).
During Hemský's rookie NHL season, he scored 6 goals and 30 points in 59 games, and was a healthy scratch for 23.
The two had previously played together on the Czech team that won the 2005 IIHF World Ice Hockey Championships during the NHL's 04–05 lockout season.
Hemský scored twice in the Olympic Games tournament, and the Czech Republic defeated Russia in the bronze-medal game.
Oilers scout Chris Mc Carthy said, "We knew that he was the guy that we wanted and when he fell to us, well, we knew who we were going to take." The Oilers were able to draft Hemský in part due to a stipulation made in a trade involving star right-winger Bill Guerin to the Boston Bruins.