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Wendell Young
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Hockey Player
    (August 1, 1963- )
    Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
    Drafted 73rd overall by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1981 NHL Entry Draft
    Goaltender for the Vancouver Canucks (1985-87), Philadelphia Flyers (1987-88), Pittsburgh Penguins (1988-92, 1995), and the Tampa Bay Lightning (1992-94)
    Stanley Cup champion (1991, 1992)
    General manager of the American Hockey League's Chicago Wolves
    He was a journeyman player, as he played for eleven teams in four different leagues.
    He earned both his Stanley Cup rings as the third string goaltender for the Penguins.
    He was known to fans of 'Trailer Park Boys' after the character of J-Roc wore a jersey to his hockey school in one of the episodes.
    He had a tendency to allow extremely soft goals.
    He is the only player in hockey history to win championships at each level of hockey as he won the Stanley Cup (1991, 1992), the International Hockey League's Turner Cup (1998, 2000), American Hockey League's Calder Cup (1988) and the Memorial Cup (1982).
    His accomplishment marks him the only player in hockey annals to do it, since the International Hockey League folded.
    He was the first player in the history of the Chicago Wolves to have his jersey number retired.
    He remained loyal to the Wolves organization, following his retirement and served in various front office capacities after his playing career ended.

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