|International Won a bronze medal with the Czechoslovakian National Junior Team in 1990 at the World Junior Championships ... Named to tournament All-Star team ... Won a bronze medal with Czechoslovakia at the 1990 World Championships ... Played for Team Czechoslovakia in the 1991 Canada Cup ... Played for Czech Republic in the 1994 World Championships ... Scored one goal in three games in for the Czechs at the 1996 World Cup of Hockey ... Led the Czech Republic team to the 1998 Olympic gold medal in Nagano ? Represented the Czech Republic at both the Olympics and World Championships in 2001-02 ? Returned to the World Championships in 2003-04 and was selected a tournament all-star ? Played in the World Cup of Hockey in 2004-05.
Career Pittsburgh's first choice, fifth overall in 1990 Entry Draft ... Named to NHL All-Rookie Team in 1991 ... Led rookies in scoring during the 1991 playoffs when Pittsburgh won the Stanley Cup ... Played in the 1992 NHL All-Star Game ... Finished fourth in playoff scoring and had four game-winners in the 1992 playoffs when the Penguins repeated as Stanley Cup champions ... Recorded a career-high six points in one game on November 16, 1993 versus Philadelphia ... Voted to 1994 NHL All-Star Game but did not play due to injury ... First European to win the Art Ross Trophy as NHL's top scorer in 1994-95 ... First player other than Wayne Gretzky or Mario Lemieux to win the scoring title since Marcel Dionne won in 1979-80 ... Named to NHL First All-Star Team in 1995 ... Runner-up for 1995 Hart Trophy, given to league's MVP ... In 1995-96, finished second in the scoring race behind teammate Mario Lemieux... Named to First All-Star Team in 1995-96 ... Named to Second All-Star Team in 1996-97 ... Led the NHL in scoring in 1997-98 with 35 goals and 67 assists for 102 points in 77 games ? Won a string of Art Ross Trophies as NHL leading scorer in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 ? Traded to the Washington Capitals in 2001-02 ? Traded to the New York Rangers in January 2003.