|... where every
day is draft day
Because it involves so much
research, this unique archive of the history of the
National Hockey League's Entry Draft remains a work in progress.
Eventually, every player drafted by an NHL team will have a page here.
|FROM THE WEBMASTER ...|
|TO ALL WHO HAVE CONTACTED ME:
I know this site has not been updated in forever, but it has nothing to do
with my health. I am fine and working in a hockey job that keeps me way too
busy to deal with this site now. Work, however, will resume at some point.|
The former Buffalo captain, a two-time 50-goal scorer, was
honored by the Sabres when his No. 18 was retired prior to a
Nov. 22, 2005, game vs. the Rangers. A two-time NHL All-Star,
joined Tim Horton, Gilbert Perreault, Rick Martin and Rene
Robert as players whose numbers were retired by Buffalo.
Gare entered the NHL as Buffalo's second selection, No. 29 overall, in
Round 2 of the 1974 NHL Amateur Draft.
|MONTHLY FLASHBACK: 1966|
He never won a Stanley Cup championship, but All-Star defenseman Brad Park
did just about everything else in the NHL, scoring 896 points in a Hall of Fame career. The Toronto native, taken second overall, was clearly the cream of the crop in the 1966
NHL Amateur Draft.|
|The newsletter that many HDC
readers received in the past will no longer be published, but a new
interactive feature is coming soon.|
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