|Debut:||October 5, 1976
(Colorado vs. Toronto)
|Final NHL game:|| February 25, 1977
(Colorado vs. Boston)
|Stanley Cup:||Never won|
Years: 1976-1977. Playoffs: None
|Stanley Cup Playoffs|
|Complete statistics available at NHL.com|
Also played defense during his pro career. ... Played on 1977-78 Maine team that won AHL regular-season title. ... Won AHL Calder Cup with Maine in 1978. ... Played on 1978-79 Maine team that won AHL regular-season title. ... Won AHL Calder Cup with Maine in 1979. ... Played on the first Colorado Rockies team after the franchise (that later became New Jersey Devils) relocated from Kansas City in 1976. ... Played in the Colorado Rockies' first-ever game on Oct. 5, 1976. ... Had two assists for Colorado in his second NHL game on Oct. 8, 1976, vs. N.Y. Rangers.
Dec. 10, 1968 -- Traded by St. Catharines (OHA) with Bob Channell to London for Alan Young in December 1968. Oct. 4, 1976 -- Signed with Colorado as an undrafted free agent after making team as an invitee to training camp. September 1977 -- Signed with Philadelphia as an unrestricted free agent.
Full Name: Guy
Other Post-Draft Teams: Johnstown (EHL); Nova Scotia (AHL); Oklahoma City (CHL); Rhode Island, Maine, Springfield (AHL)
Coaching Career: Was head coach at Scarborough High School in Scarborough, Maine, for several years. ... Named assistant coach at Cheverus High School in Portland in 2009.
Career Beyond Hockey: Worked as a truck driver out of Scarborough, Maine, after his retirement -- running his own, independent trucking business called Jetport Inc.
|Selected by Los Angeles Sharks in 1972 WHA Draft, first-ever WHA Draft, in February 1972.||Became an unrestricted free agent when Montreal opted not to renew his contract in 1975.||Invited to try out for Colorado by GM Ray Miron, who had been his coach in Oklahoma City.||Temporarily moved from left wing to defense for Colorado due to injuries in 1976-77.|
|Won Stanley Cup:||10|
|Hall of Fame:||1|
|1969 PICKS BY TEAM|
OTHERS DRAFTED IN 1969