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Billy Harris, RW



- 6'2", 195 lbs
- 7th in Playoff Scoring (1977)
- 11th in Selke Voting (1977)
- 5th in RW All-Star voting (1976)
- Killed 22% of penalties for his teams
- best percentages by seventies method: 59, 58, 55, 52, 50, 49
- best ES percentages: 61, 60, 59, 56, 55, 51, 46, 44
- Played in NHL All-Star Game (1976)
- Ironman streak spanned over 7 full seasons

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Originally Posted by Players: The Ultimate A-Z Guide Of Everyone Who Has Ever Played in the NHL
He was a fine two-way player and used his size well
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Originally Posted by Complete Handbook Of Pro Hockey 1973
not an exceptional skater but big and strong
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Originally Posted by Complete Handbook Of Pro Hockey 1974
after a slow start, husky RW ended season as Islanders' leading scorer... bright, articulate rookie handled pressure well.
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Originally Posted by Complete Handbook Of Pro Hockey 1975
both his first seasons have been disappointing to some; however, this talented RW has played under pressure and for a losing team... many observers feel all he needs is a veteran center to boost his goal output... like Denis Potvin, he has shot size, desire to be outstanding...
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Originally Posted by Complete Handbook Of Pro Hockey 1976
had successful season, placing 2nd in Islanders scoring...
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Originally Posted by Complete Handbook Of Pro Hockey 1977
improving each season... one of team's leaders...
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Originally Posted by Complete Handbook Of Pro Hockey 1978
slowly developing into steady two-way RW... still looking for first season as explosive goal scorer... scores goals in streaks and then slumps... makes game look easy with his fluid skating... popular, pleasant chap.
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Originally Posted by Complete Handbook Of Pro Hockey 1979
size, strength and determination... steady two-way RW... durable player... has also played center.
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Originally Posted by Complete Handbook Of Pro Hockey 1980
durable player who has never missed a game... nearly had streak broken when cut over right eyelid, but discarded patch after one day to keep streak alive...
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Originally Posted by Complete Handbook Of Pro Hockey 1981
big, strong two-way winger... play declined in past two seasons but he is young enough to bounce back... uses size and strength well, especially in overpowering defensemen for a move on the net... a fine player with leadership qualities.
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Originally Posted by Complete Handbook Of Pro Hockey 1982
Another solid, experienced addition who helped boost team to fine 1981 season...has played all three forward positions for the Kings... excellent defensive player and penalty killer.. extremely durable, he has missed only one game due to injury in nine seasons.

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