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04-12-2013, 04:37 PM
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bernmeister
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Originally Posted by Crease View Post
Goyette seems like a good darkhorse candidate for the top 10.

Slick playmaker who spent the middle years of his career with the Rangers. Four of the six he was top 10 in the NHL in assists. Twice top ten in points. You're right though, complete non-factor in the playoffs.

According to this bio, Goyette was pivot between Don Marshall and Bob Nevin. Looks like both their numbers dipped dramatically in 1969/70 after Goyette was picked up by St. Louis (where he coincidently had his career year).
You've pretty much nailed it.
Hazy recollection to my earliest years as Ranger fan.
Thin, tall, a very poor man's Ratelle as to a passer, which was still pretty good for setups. Not much of a scorer, career year w/St. Lou.

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