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|1985 NHL DRAFT PICK|
Selected in first round
12 overall by
Born November 2, 1966
Height: 6-0 Weight: 190
|BEFORE THE DRAFT|
Ferme-Neuve, Quebec (Canada)
Hometown: Ferme-Neuve, Quebec
PRE-DRAFT AWARDS AND HONORS
QMJHL Bossy Trophy (Best Pro Prospect): 1984-85 (Drummondville)
Miscellaneous: Ranked by NHL Central Scouting Bureau as No. 21 overall
prospect for 1985 NHL draft. ... Missed parts of 1984-85 season with
separated right shoulder, originally suffered in November 1984, later
re-aggravated in December 1984, and later re-aggravated for a second time in January 1985. ... Was Drummondville's first-round pick,
No. 1 overall, in 1983 QMJHL midget draft.
| Debut: February 24, 1988 (Vancouver at
Numbers: 22 (Montreal); 20, 17
Stanley Cup: Never won.
|CAREER NHL STATISTICS|
|CAREER NHL PLAYOFF STATISTICS|
AWARDS AND HONORS
1993-94: Was on Vancouver team that lost 1994 Stanley Cup Finals, but
did not play in final series vs. N.Y. Rangers.
Miscellaneous: Signed two-year contract with Vancouver as an unrestricted
free agent on Oct. 6, 1993, earning a roster spot out of training camp after
three seasons spent with Team Canada, in Europe and an impressive stint with
the Roller Hockey International team, the Vancouver VooDoo. At the time he
signed with the Canucks, his agent was his InLine coach, ex-NHL player Dave
"Tiger" Williams. ... Missed part of 1993-94 season with back pain, suffered
in Vancouver's Nov. 24, 1993, game vs. Detroit. He did not return until
Vancouver's Dec. 2, 1993, game vs. Philadelphia. ... Missed part of 1993-94
season with herniated disc in back, an injury he re-aggravated for the final
time during Vancouver's Dec. 4, 1993, game at Quebec. The injury required
surgery, and Charbonneau did not return until Vancouver assigned him to
Hamilton (AHL) for a rehab stint on Feb. 2, 1994. While playing at Hamilton,
he sprained his knee, and was unable to return to Vancouver until he was
called back up on March 7, 1994. He finally returned to the Vancouver lineup
for the Canucks' March 16, 1994, game at Toronto. ... Led Vancouver with
25.0 shooting percentage in 1993-94.
Drummondville (QMJHL); Sherbrooke (AHL); Milwaukee (IHL); Team Canada;
Rapperswil-Jona (Switzerland); Berlin Polar Bears (Germany); Geleen
(Netherlands); Hamilton (AHL); Las Vegas (IHL); Landshut, Wedemark,
InLine Hockey: Vancouver (RHI)
AWARDS AND HONORS
Germany All-Star First Team: 2000-01
Netherlands Points Leader: 1992-93 (Geleen) (20 points)
Points Leader: 1993 (Vancouver) (68 points)
1986-87: Played on AHL regular-season champion (Sherbrooke).
1988-89: Played 33 games for Sherbrooke team that went on to win AHL
regular-season title, but was traded away during season.
Suspended by IIHF for part of 1998-99 season for his role in a brawl during
Frankfurt's Sept. 22, 1998, game vs. Helsinki IFK. ... Played for
Vancouver (RHI, InLine league) in 1993.
Personal: Was married to
actress Venus Terzo.
|HOW HE GOT AWAY|
Montreal traded Charbonneau to Vancouver in exchange for Dan Woodley on
January 24, 1989.||
Hockey Draft Central|
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