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07-26-2011, 04:43 AM
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Tom Bladon

Awards and Achievements:
2 x Stanley Cup Champion (1974, 1975)

2 x NHL All-Star (1977, 1978)

Scoring Accomplishments:
Points among Defensemen – 7th(1973), 9th(1977), 16th(1974), 20th(1976)
Goals among Defensemen – 6th(1973), 8th(1974), 9th(1976), 14th(1977), 16th(1978), 18th(1975)

Play-off Points – 4th(1974), 7th(1976), 8th(1973)
Play-off Goals – 1st(1974)

Peak Years: 1973 to 1978
13th in Points, 60% of 2nd place Brad Park
7th in PP Goals

7th in Play-off Points
5th in Play-off PP Goals

Style of Play:
Originally Posted by Greatest Hockey Legends
Tom Bladon was a hard shooting, offensive minded defenseman best known for his days with the Philadelphia Flyers. Nicknamed "Bomber" because of how hard he could shoot the puck, Bladon broke Bobby Orr's record for most points in one game by a defenseman.
Originally Posted by Legends of Hockey
Tom Bladon played his junior hockey with the Edmonton Oil Kings of the WCJHL from 1970 to 1972. During that time, the young defender established himself as a solid, offensive threat from the blueline.

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