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Dale Rolfe
Dale Rolfe was a tall (6'4") and rangy defenseman who never fulfilled the expectations that he had when he came out of the Juniors. He was an outstanding all-round athlete in high school, where he played hockey, football and basketball, participated in trac...
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Brian Lundberg
This University of Michigan graduate only played in one NHL game, and that was almost a fluke in itself. Lundberg was a mid season call up of the Pittsburgh Penguins during the 1982-83 season due to injuries. Lundberg wasn't the Pens first choice, but the f...
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Brad Jones
Brad Jones played 148 games with 3 teams in the NHL mostly because of one attribute - his speed. Jones was an exceptionally fast skater in terms of straight ahead speed, always the fastest on his team, maybe the fastest in the league in the early 1990s. How...
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Bobby Lalonde
Standing just five-foot-five inches tall and weighing in at a puny 155 pounds, Bobby Lalonde was constantly questioned about his size. That's bound to happen when you are the smallest player in the league for his entire 11 year NHL career. But with his sp...
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Bill Bennett
Bill Bennett was the youngest member of the Warwick, Rhode Island family to play in the National Hockey League, but he certainly wasn't the smallest. At 6'5" and 235 pounds Bill was one big hockey player in any era, but especially in the 1970s. Bill is the ...
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Barry Legge
Barry Legge grew up in Winnipeg. By the time he reached the junior leagues, the Winnipeg Jets were the talk of the hockey world. While they weren't in the National Hockey League, they offered an exciting alternative with Bobby Hull and an influx of European...
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Bryan Maxwell
Bryan Maxwell is a bit of a legend in the Western Hockey League, a division of the famed Canadian Junior Leagues. Born in North Bay Ontario but growing up in Lethbridge Alberta, Bryan debuted in the league during the 1972-73 season as a fresh rookie with th...
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Brian Lawton
Brian Lawton entered the NHL with lots of fanfare. He left the NHL with very little some 10 years later. Lawton was drafted first overall by the Minnesota North Stars in the 1983 entry draft. It was a surprise move as a young Pat Lafontaine was ranked #1. L...
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Bob Errey
Bob Errey was a tireless and unheralded worker whose contributions were greatly overshadowed by high scoring teammates like Mario Lemieux, Ron Francis and Jaromir Jagr. While those guys were lighting it up to two consecutive Stanley Cup championships in 199...
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Bill Berg
Bill Berg was an enthusiastic utility player. Berg was a character player who developed into a superb checker. With unparalleled intensity, Berg was a forechecker and penalty killer. Unfortunately for Berg he lacked the finishing skills to develop into any...
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Barry McKenzie
Barry MacKenzie was a fine defensive defenseman out of Father David Bauer's famous Canadian national team program. Barry, a native of Toronto, first met Father Bauer when he played for the St. Mikes Majors from 1960 to 1962. Barry was a part of the Majors ...
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Andrew McBain
Big Andrew McBain jumped straight from the junior ranks to the pros. Starring with Niagara Falls and North Bay, McBain was selected eighth overall in the 1983 Entry Draft out of the Ontario Hockey League by the Winnipeg Jets, McBain was immediately thrown r...
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Freelance hockey writer. Written 2 books, working on a 2011 eBook release, written for several major periodicals and websites. Curator of GreatestHockeyLegends.com , HockeyBookReviews.com and 1972SummitSeries.com
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