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10-28-2009, 04:42 PM
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#6- Larry Aurie

Position: RW
Height/Weight: 5'6, 148 lbs
Career Stats: 489 GP, 147 G, 129 A, 276 Pts, 279 PIM
Awards: None
Top Ten Goals: 1936 (8th)
Top Ten Assists: '34 (6th), '35 (3rd), '37 (8th)
Top Ten Points: '35 (3rd), '37 (4th)

Originally Posted by Legends of Hockey
Aurie was a scorer who ragged the puck to kill penalties (thus the nickname), a team leader and member of the Wings top line... Although one of the smallest men ever to play, he was one of the toughest of the era as well.
Originally Posted by Joe Pelletier
He established himself as one of Detroit's earliest hockey stars, combining a deft scoring touch with excellent speed and puck handling skills... Like modern day Theoren Fleury, Aurie was a fiesty, scrappy right winger who played with full out heart and desire. That made him not only a favorite of the fans, but of his coach and his boss.
Originally Posted by Harvey 'Busher' Jackson
Aurie's the hardest-checking right wing in the league.

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