View: Previous | Next
|1984 NHL DRAFT PICK|
No. 135 overall by Winnipeg Jets
January 7, 1966
Height: 5-11 Weight: 165
|BEFORE THE DRAFT|
Bramalea (Ontario Junior B)
Richmond Hill, Ontario (Canada)
Hometown: Bramalea, Ontario
| Debut: March 18, 1991 (Winnipeg at Calgary)|
Stanley Cup: Never won.
|CAREER NHL STATISTICS|
|CAREER NHL PLAYOFF STATISTICS|
AWARDS AND HONORS
Miscellaneous: Had assist in his first NHL game. ... Missed part of
1992-93 season with back spasms, an injury suffered in Winnipeg's Oct. 26,
1992, game vs. Washington. He did not return to action until Winnipeg's Nov.
6, 1992, game vs. Edmonton.
... Missed part of 1992-93 season with broken left pinky finger, an injury
suffered during Winnipeg's Nov. 19, 1992, game at Detroit. He did not return
to action until Winnipeg's Dec. 15, 1992, game vs. New Jersey. ... Missed
part of 1992-93 season with back spasms, an injury suffered during
Winnipeg's Jan. 13, 1993, game at Edmonton. He did not
return to action until Winnipeg's Jan. 28, 1993, game at Boston. ... Missed
part of 1993-94 season with back spasms, an injury suffered during
Winnipeg's Feb. 28, 1994, game vs. San Jose. He did not return to action
until Winnipeg's March 11, 1994, game vs. Vancouver.
Clarkson (ECAC); Moncton (AHL); Tampere Tappara (Finland); Springfield (AHL);
Cologne (Germany); Helsinki IFK (Finland); Davos (Switzerland); Nuremberg
World Championships: 1995 (bronze medal)
AWARDS AND HONORS
NCAA East All-America Second Team:
ECAC All-Star Second Team: 1987-88 (Clarkson)
Honorable Mention: 1986-87 (Clarkson)
Clarkson Harrison Award (MVP): 1986-87,
Clarkson Rookie of Year: 1984-85
Education: Majored in marketing at
Miscellaneous: Scored hat trick for Clarkson
as a freshman in Dec. 8, 1984, game at Brown. ... Finished second in ECAC
with 39 points (league games only) in 1986-87. ... Led ECAC with 31 assists
(league games only) in 1986-87. ... Led Clarkson with 57
points and 41 assists in 1986-87. ... Served as Clarkson assistant captain
in 1987-88. ... Led Clarkson with 44 points and 29
assists in 1987-88. ... Joined Moncton for balance of 1987-88 regular season
and 1988 playoffs after completing his NCAA eligibility in March 1988. ...
Played entire 1988-89 season in Finland before returning to North America to
join Moncton (AHL) for balance of regular season. ... Became co-founder and
president of Brampton Media Corp. after his retirement. The company,
which Borsato shares with his childhood friend Lorenzo Salvalaggio, provides
marketing, advertising and creative services to businesses.
Personal: Full name is Luciano Roberto
Borsato. ... Also known as Luc Borsato during his playing days.
Help support the rebuilding of HDC!
HockeyDraftCentral.com is in the middle of rebuilding. You are
looking at a page that is not yet updated but is still part of the old site.
Find out how you can help make this an even better site by bidding on eBay
• Learn More
|Tier II/Jr. B:
|U.S. Junior B:
|Hall of Fame: