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|1975 NHL DRAFT PICK|
Selected in fifth round
86 overall by Boston Bruins
Born September 5, 1955
||Position: Left Wing|
5-8 Weight: 175
|BEFORE THE DRAFT|
Birthplace: Ohsweken, Ontario (Canada)
PRE-DRAFT AWARDS AND HONORS
World Junior Championships: 1974 (bronze) (unofficial tournament)
OMJHL All-Star Third Team: 1974-75 (Peterborough)
Miscellaneous: Played in first World Junior Championships in Leningrad, an
unofficial tournament that helped set stage for first official World Juniors
| Debut: April 4, 1976 (Minnesota at Boston)|
Numbers: 17 (Boston); 9
Stanley Cup: Never won.
Playing Status: Retired 1987
|CAREER NHL STATISTICS|
|CAREER NHL PLAYOFF STATISTICS|
AWARDS AND HONORS
Stanley Cup Finals (Lost): 1977, 1978 (Boston)
Seventh Player Award: 1977-78
Boston Shore Trophy (Home Games MVP): 1977-78
NHL Shooting Percentage Leader:
1976-77 (Boston) (23.9 percent)
Boston Playoffs Penalty-Minutes Leader: 1981 (30)
Miscellaneous: Played on line with Gregg Sheppard and Don Marcotte for
Boston in 1977-78. ... Missed most of 1978-79 season with broken right wrist
and separated shoulder, which required postseason surgery. ... Had hat trick
vs. Montreal in Game 6 of Stanley Cup semifinals on May 8, 1979, in Boston.
|Post-Draft Teams: Rochester (AHL); Dayton (IHL);
Baltimore (AHL); Flamboro, Brantford (OHA Sr.)|
AWARDS AND HONORS
IHL Turner Cup: 1976 (Dayton)
IHL All-Star First Team:
WHA Draft Pick: 1975 (by
Indianapolis, No. 103 overall in Round 8)
IHL Playoffs Points Leader:
1976 (Dayton) (21 points)
IHL Playoffs Goals Leader: 1976 (Dayton)
1975-76: Played on IHL regular-season champion (Dayton)
1986-87: Played one game for Brantford (OHA Sr.) team that went on to
win Allan Cup, but was not with team during postseason.
Miscellaneous: Spent summers of his playing days on the Six
Nations Reserve in Ontario. ...
Retired for the first time in 1983, but came out of retirement in 1985 to play
Senior hockey in Ontario. ... Worked for Aboriginal causes after his
retirement and was an instructor at Aboriginal youth hockey schools. ...
Became active in Oldtimers' charity hockey after his retirement.
Nicknamed "Bulldog." ... Full name is Stanley Carl Jonathan. ... Is
full-blooded Tuscarora Indian. ... One of 14 children.
|HOW HE GOT AWAY|
|RIGHTS SOLD: Boston sold Jonathan's rights to
Pittsburgh on November 8, 1982. At the time of the deal, it was officially
listed as a trade for future considerations.||
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