1969 NHL Amateur Draft Pick
St. Louis from Kitchener (OHA)
6-foot-3, 200 pounds
Played on freshman team at Dartmouth in 1967-68.
Canadian • Born Oct. 8,
1949 in Windsor, Ont. • Hometown: Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. • Died Aug.
NEVER PLAYED IN NHL
After the Draft
Loaned by St. Louis to Montreal (AHL) for balance of 1970-71 season
in February 1971.
- Selected by Chicago Cougars in 1972 WHA General
Player Draft, first draft in league history, February 1972.
Played on 1971-72 Denver team that won WHL regular-season title.
Won WHL Patrick Cup with Denver in 1972 and scored
series-clinching goal in Game 5 vs. Portland.
- Signed WHA contract with
Chicago in August 1972.
- Missed 11 games in 1972-73 season with partially ruptured left triceps muscle.
- Missed most of f 1973-74 season due to a slipped disc in his back,
an injury that required surgery.
Brian Joseph Glenwright
Nicknames: "Glennie", "Wimpy"
Post-Draft Teams: Kansas City (CHL); Montreal (AHL); Denver (WHL); Chicago (WHA); Long Island (NAHL); Kenosha (CnHL); Saginaw, Columbus (IHL)
Education: Attended Dartmouth
College for one year before opting to go to major-junior hockey.
Career Beyond Hockey: Earned
an Ontario real estate license in 1973 and purchased a cattle ranch on
an island east of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. ... Passed away at age 56
when he drowned while swimming in Northern Ontario's Goulais River.
Family: Son of former
minor-league coach and WHA scout Jim Glenwright, a member of the Sault
Ste. Marie Hockey Hall of Fame.
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