1969 NHL Amateur Draft Pick
Toronto from Estevan (WCHL)
6-foot-0, 178 pounds
Played for Estevan team that lost in finals of 1968 Memorial Cup
Canadian • Born April
30, 1949 in North Battleford, Saskatchewan • Hometown: Mendham, Saskatchewan
NEVER PLAYED IN NHL
After the Draft
- Played organized baseball in Eston, Saskatchewan, during off-seasons of his junior career.
- WIHL All-Star First Team with Nelson
- Selected by Calgary Broncos in 1972
WHA General Player Draft -- the first draft in that league's
- Had 37 goals and 91 points for
Flint (IHL) in 1972-73, placing sixth in league scoring race.
Rights traded by Flint (IHL) to Muskegon in exchange for future
considerations (cash) in October 1974.
- Won AHL Calder Cup with Springfield in 1975 after joining the team
for playoff run.
Ernest Philip Moser
Post-Draft Teams: Tulsa (CHL); Nelson (WIHL); Flint, Muskegon (IHL); Springfield (AHL); Grand Rapids (USHL)
Coaching Career: Served as head coach of Leader Flyers
(Saskatchewan Senior) in 1977-78 and 1978-79 seasons.
Career Beyond Hockey: Returned
to hometown of Mendham, Saskatchewan, and went into farming business
after his retirement.
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