1970 NHL Amateur Draft Pick
Montreal from Flin Flon (WCHL)
5-foot-8, 160 pounds
Was backup goaltender to Ray Martyniuk, who was also drafted by
Canadian • Born November
25, 1950 in Flin Flon, Manitoba • Hometown: Snow Lake, Manitoba
NEVER PLAYED IN NHL
After the Draft
- Led WCHL playoffs in minutes (756), shutouts (1), and total goals allowed (53) with Flin Flon in 1971.
- Selected by Cleveland (AHL, Minnesota
affiliate) from Montreal in Reverse Draft in June 1971.
Was released by Minnesota organization after 1972-73 season with
Post-Draft Teams: Flin Flon (WCHL); Cleveland (AHL); Clinton (EHL); Saginaw (IHL);
Thompson (Manitoba Sr.)
Coaching Career: Served as
assistant coach of Flin Flon (SJHL) in 2000-01 season, when Bombers were
host team and
runner-up for 2001 Royal Bank Cup.
Career Beyond Hockey: Returned
to Flin Flon, Manitoba, after his retirement and was active in Bomber Alumni Association.
Family: Father of British
Columbia sports-talk radio and Tier II play-by-play broadcaster
who was 2012-13 BCHL Broadcaster of the Year.
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