|Debut:||March 15, 1974
(California vs. Pittsburgh)
|Final NHL game:||April 12, 1981 (playoffs)
(St. Louis at Pittsburgh)
|Stanley Cup:||Never won|
|Numbers worn:|| 17 (California); 15 (N.Y. Rangers);
12 (Washington); 8 (Pittsburgh);
12 (Los Angeles); 23 (St. Louis)
N.Y. Rangers, Washington,
Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, St. Louis
Years: 1974-1981. Playoffs: 1978-1981
|Stanley Cup Playoffs|
|Complete statistics available at NHL.com|
Played on 1974-75 Providence team that won AHL regular-season title. ... Named to AHL All-Star Second Team with Providence in 1974-75. ... Set Washington record (since broken) for points in one period with four (three goals, one assist) in third period on Nov. 12, 1975, vs. Pittsburgh. He scored goals at 1:44 of the third to tie the game 3-3, at 6:33 to make it 4-4, and a 17:39 to make it a 6-6 final. He also assisted on a goal by Nelson Pyatt that gave Washington a short-lived 5-4 lead. ... Led Washington with 29 assists in 1975-76. ... Set Washington record (since broken) for assists by rookie with 29 in 1975-76.
Sept. 23, 1974 -- Traded by
California to N.Y. Rangers for Brian Lavender.
June 17, 1975 -- Claimed by
Washington from N.Y. Rangers in NHL Intra-league Draft.
Oct. 17, 1977 -- Traded by
Washington to Pittsburgh for 1979 first-round pick (later
traded). Nov. 2, 1977 -- Traded by
Pittsburgh with Syl Apps Jr. to Los Angeles for Dave
Schultz, Gene Carr, and 1978 fourth-round pick (Shane Pearsall).
June 13, 1979 -- Claimed by Quebec
from Los Angeles in NHL Expansion Draft.
June 13, 1979 -- Rights sold by Quebec to St. Louis.
Full Name: Hartland
Also Known as: Hart Monahan
Other Post-Draft Teams: Baltimore (AHL); Columbus (IHL); Salt Lake (WHL); Providence (AHL); Springfield (AHL)
Career Beyond Hockey: Settled in the Atlanta area after retirement.
Family: Became son-in-law of Hockey Hall of Famer Bernie "Boom Boom" Geoffrion when he married Geoffrion's daughter Linda in 1973. ... Brother-in-law of former NHL player Danny Geoffrion and former minor-league Bob Geoffrion. ... Father of former Major League Baseball outfielder Shane Monahan. ... Uncle of former NHL player Blake Geoffrion.
Missed part of 1970-71 season with broken wrist, an injury suffered while throwing a check during Montreal's Oct. 18, 1970, OHA game vs. Kitchener. ... Missed start of 1972-73 season with torn ligaments in right knee, an injury suffered during Salt Lake (WHL) training camp in October 1972. He did not make his 1972-73 regular-season debut until Salt Lake's Nov. 10, 1972, game vs. Phoenix. ... Missed start of 1973-74 season with hamstring injury, suffered during Salt Lake's Oct. 5, 1973, IHL preseason game vs. Albuquerque at Tucson, Ariz. He did not make his 1973-74 regular-season debut until Salt Lake's Nov. 2, 1973, game at Seattle.
|New arena in his hometown of Laval West was officially named in his honor on March 29, 2015.||Traded twice early in 1977-78 season, he appeared in three teams' media guides that year.||Played on line with Pete Stemkowski and Bert Wilson for Los Angeles in 1977-78.||Was very active in community and charitable causes during his years in Washington.|
|Won Stanley Cup:||5|
|Hall of Fame:||3|
|1971 PICKS BY TEAM|
OTHERS DRAFTED IN 1971