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|1976 NHL DRAFT PICK|
Selected in first round
No. 10 overall
by Atlanta Flames
Born July 14, 1956
||Position: Left Wing|
Height: 6-3 Weight:
|BEFORE THE DRAFT|
New Westminster (WCHL) |
Kamsack, Saskatchewan (Canada)
Hometown: Canora, Saskatchewan
PRE-DRAFT AWARDS AND HONORS
Memorial Cup All-Star First Team: 1976 (New Westminster)
Miscellaneous: Rated in The Hockey News draft preview issue as WCHL's No.
6 prospect for the 1976 NHL draft.
| Debut: October 13, 1977 (Atlanta at Boston)|
24 (Atlanta); 19 (Chicago)
Stanley Cup: Never won.
|CAREER NHL STATISTICS|
|CAREER NHL PLAYOFF STATISTICS|
AWARDS AND HONORS
Miscellaneous: Missed part of 1977-78 season
with ligament damage in right knee. ... Set Atlanta/Calgary rookie record
(since broken) with 128 penalty minutes in 1977-78. ... Set Atlanta/Calgary
rookie record (since broken) for penalty minutes in a season by left wing with
128 in 1977-78. ... Missed part of 1978-79 season with injured left knee. ...
Missed most of 1979-80 season with left ankle injury that required surgery for
chronic tendonitis. ... Traded by Chicago with Dave Logan to Vancouver for Ron Sedlbauer on Dec. 21, 1979, but never played for parent team.
... Wore No. 28 in Vancouver's 1980 training camp.
|Post-Draft Teams: Nova Scotia (AHL); Dallas,
Oklahoma City (CHL); Fredericton (AHL)|
AWARDS AND HONORS
AHL Calder Cup: 1977 (Nova Scotia)
WHA Draft Pick: 1976 (by Edmonton,
No. 28 overall in Round 3)
1976-77: Played on AHL
regular-season champion (Nova Scotia).
1980-81: Played on CHL
regular-season champion (Dallas).
Personal: Full name is Harold M.
Phillipoff. ... Also known as Hal Phillipoff during his playing days. ...
Older brother of former major-junior player George Phillipoff.
|HOW HE GOT AWAY|
|TRADE: Atlanta traded Phillipoff, Tom Lysiak, Pat Ribble,
Greg Fox and Miles Zaharko to Chicago in exchange for Ivan
Boldirev, Phil Russell and Darcy Rota on March 13, 1979. The eight-player deal
was the largest (in terms of players involved) in NHL history to that point.||
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