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Originally Posted by VanIslander View Post

London listpicks Danny Lewicki, LW
Thanks for announcing our pick, VI.

Danny Lewicki, LW

Originally Posted by legendsofhockey
Left-winger Danny Lewicki was a consistent scorer during nine NHL seasons spent with three teams. Although he weighed only 148 lbs., the tenacious forward drove hard to the net and didn't back down against enemy checkers.
-1948 Memorial Cup (leading scorer in the playoffs and scored the winning goal in the final game)
-1950 Allan Cup (leading scorer in the playoffs)

- 1950-51 Stanley Cup winner with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
- 1950-51 2nd runner-up in voting for Calder Trophy for rookie of the year. (Losing to Terry Sawchuk, Detroit Red Wings). Lewicki may have won the trophy if not for a groin injury late in the year.

- 1954 AHL All Star team.
- 1954-55 New York Ranger MVP. the youngest player in Ranger history to win MVP in that era.
- 1954-55 Runner up for the Lady Byng Trophy. (Losing to Sid Smith of the Toronto Maple Leafs)
- 1955 NHL Second All Star team.

Points: 10th, 16th
Goals: 4th, 16th 17th
Assists: 17th, 17th

Originally Posted by Danny Lewicki
Don Cherry called me one of the fastest skaters he ever saw but one year, I skated over a paperclip and tore my groin. I was never as fast after that.

Dashin' Danny Lewicki is the only player in hockey history to have won a Memorial Cup, Allan Cup and Stanley Cup while still a junior

Originally Posted by wikipedia
n 1950, Lewicki began his National Hockey League career with the Maple Leafs. As a nineteen-year-old, he made the team straight out of training camp. Lewicki was able to get a one-way contract at $10,000 for three years and a signing bonus of $3,000. Lewicki made his NHL debut on October 14, 1950 against the Chicago Black Hawks. In his seventh game, Lewicki scored his first NHL goal on a bounce off the glass that bounced off the back of the Boston Bruins Jack Gelineau. Lewicki became a contender for the Calder Trophy, although he had strong competition from future Hall of Famer Terry Sawchuk. Lewicki had 16 goals and 31 assists before a groin injury ended his season early. Lewicki would end up third in voting for the Calder.[14] The team finished second to qualify for the playoffs. Lewicki was pressed into service on the orders of Conn Smythe, although he was not healed. To play he had to have his groin muscle frozen and taped before each game. Instead of being able to contribute as a scorer, Lewicki would play a checking role in the playoffs. The Leafs would defeat the Montreal Canadiens in the final 4–1 to win the Stanley Cup.[15] Lewicki was an Allan Cup, Memorial Cup and Stanley Cup winner at the age of 20.

He would also play for the New York Rangers and Chicago Black Hawks. After several confrontations with NHL management, Lewicki was demoted to the minors following the 1959 season. He played for a few seasons in the American Hockey League before retiring in 1963.

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