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01-14-2012, 06:46 AM
Rob Scuderi
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LW Ted Bulley

214 pts in 414 GP
Minor Selke votes one year
1 AST vote one year
Left-winger Ted Bulley spent eight years in the NHL with three different teams in the 1970s and '80s. He played a rugged style and stood his ground in front of the net which allowed him to score a fair number of goals.

The native of Windsor, Ontario played Tier II with his hometown Spitfires in 1972-73 then spent two years in the QMJHL with the Hull Festivals. He was chosen 115th overall by the Chicago Black Hawks in 1975 then spent a year in the IHL with the Flint Generals. Injuries ruined the 1976-77 for him but he returned to score 23 goals the next season.

The solid forward scored a personal-best 27 goals in 1978-79...He became more of a third line player for the Hawks and helped the club reach the semi-finals in 1982 before he was traded to the Washington Capitals.
C Dusan Pasek

330 pts in 372 Czech League GP
51 pts in 82 OG/WC/CC GP
x1 OG Silver
x1 WC Gold
x2 WC Silver
x1 WC Bronze
x3 Led team in scoring ('87 WC, '87 CC, '88 OG)
Tied for most goals in '88 Olympics
Originally Posted by Kings of the Ice
Dusan Pasek was a high-enery, high-impact kind of hockey player. Although his greatest strength was scoring, he never won any league titles for it. Only in the 1986-87 season did he finally beat out the competition as the best passer but also as the bad guy of the league with his 81 penalty minutes in 38 matches...Pasek's debut on the national team came in 1982 during exhibition matches...One year later he was on his way to the World Championship. As a forward playing alongside Jiri Lala and xxx, he helped his team win a gold medal in Prague in 1985...He was captain of the national team in 1987-88 when he left for the NHL.
RW Lars-Gunnar Pettersson

453 pts in 495 SEL GP
26 pts in 39 OG/WC/CC GP
x1 SEL most points
x2 SEL most goals
x1 OG Bronze
x1 WC Gold
x1 WC Silver
Originally Posted by Kings of the Ice
Every Swede knows that "L-G" is the nickname for outstanding forward Lars-Gunnar Pettersson-a player who gained fame in the 1980s as a great shooter...His best years were the late 80s...He played for 14 seasons in the Elite Series and accumulated 453 points: 271 goals plus 182 assists in 495 games...Pettersson played 117 games for Tre Kronor as well as 28 games for Sweden's second national team, the Vikings...his first game with Tre Kronor was against Finland in 1984 and his most memorable goal was the one he scored against Canada in 1987 at the Canada Cup.

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