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03-31-2011, 04:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Legends of Hockey
Peter McNab was blessed with quick hands and a natural feel for the game, which enabled him to play over 950 NHL games during the 1970s and '80s. A consistent producer, the 6'3" centre reached the 20-goal mark ten times in an exemplary career.


McNab enjoyed nearly nine full years in Beantown. He hit the 40-goal mark twice and was a key figure on the power play. His ability to hold his position in the slot and score his share of "garbage" goals was similar to former Bruins star Phil Esposito. During the late '70s, he formed an excellent forward unit with Terry O'Reilly and Rick Middleton and helped Boston reach the finals in 1977 and 1978.

Peter McNab !!!

Awards and Achievements:
3 x Stanley Cup Finalist (1974, 1977, 1978)

NHL All-Star (1977)

Regular Season Scoring:
Points 11th(1977), 16th(1978), 18th(1979)
Goals 7th(1978), 8th(1977), 17th(1979), 18th(1980)
Assists 18th(1977)

Even Strength Goals 2nd(1978), 5th(1977), 6th(1979), 20th(1980)

Play-off Scoring:
Play-off Points 4th(1978)
Play-off Goals 4th(1978), 9th(1977), 10th(1980)
Play-off Assists 2nd(1978)

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