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|1971 NHL DRAFT PICK|
Selected in 10th round
No. 111 overall
by New York Rangers
Born February 25, 1951
Height: 5-8 Weight: 160
|BEFORE THE DRAFT|
Birthplace: Sete, France
St. Lucie, Quebec
| Debut: October 9, 1974 (Washington at N.Y.
Number: 26 (Washington)
Stanley Cup: Never won.
Playing Status: Retired 1989
|CAREER NHL STATISTICS|
AWARDS AND HONORS
1974-75: Played on first Washington Capitals team.
Miscellaneous: Made his NHL debut in Washington Capitals' first game on
Oct. 9, 1974, in New York's Madison Square Garden.
|Post-Draft Teams: New Haven (EHL); Providence
(AHL); Richmond, Springfield (AHL); New England (WHA); Tours (France);
Heraklith (Austria); St. Gervais, Paris (France)|
1988 (11th place)
1981 (fifth place, Pool C); 1982 (fourth place, Pool C); 1983 (fifth place,
Pool C); 1985 (first place, Pool C); 1986 (fourth place, Pool B); 1987 (fourth
place, Pool B)
AWARDS AND HONORS
France Championship: 1980 (Tours); 1983,
1985, 1986 (St. Gervais); 1989 (Paris)
AHL Sollenberger Trophy (Points
Leader): 1976-77 (Springfield)
EHL North Rookie of Year: 1971-72
World Championships Pool C All-Star Team: 1981, 1983
WHA Draft Pick: 1972 (by Quebec)
Coaching Career: Head coach
of Zug (Switzerland) in 2000-01.
Miscellaneous: Became a coach in
France and Switzerland after his retirement.
|HOW HE GOT AWAY|
|SOLD: New York sold Peloffy's rights to
Washington on July 29, 1974. The deal stemmed from an agreement at the 1974
NHL Expansion Draft in which the Capitals agreed not to select certain players
off of New York's roster.||
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