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04-03-2011, 10:36 PM
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Jim Peplinski, F

6'3, 210 lbs

Legends of Hockey:
Over his nine seasons with the club, he established himself as a solid and consistent performer who missed only 21 games during that time?five of which were lost so that he could play in the Calgary Olympics in 1988. During most of his career as a Flame, he was a team leader, skating alongside his co-captain and linemate, Lanny McDonald. Together, they led the Flames through the great battles of Alberta that were waged against their provincial rival, the Edmonton Oilers.
He plays every forward position.
Hockey Draft Central:
Shifted to center for early part of his NHL career after having played right wing up until that point...Shifted to left wing from center prior to 1984-85
Peplinski was a decent even strength scorer. Comparable drafted forwards with 600+ GP from 1981-89:

Dale Hunter 682 436 0.64
Paul Maclean 604 375 0.62
Mike Foligno 678 417 0.62
Thomas Steen 614 357 0.58
Jim Peplinski 699 390 0.56
Stan Smyl 665 366 0.55
Mel Bridgman 601 315 0.52
Ryan Walter 667 335 0.50
Gaetan Duchesne 601 270 0.45

Peplinski was also very willing to stand up for his teammates or himself, with 102 fighting majors in his career (

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