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Hockey Player
    (January 21, 1961- )
    Born in Lakewood, Ohio
    Defenseman for the Winnipeg Jets (1980-84, 1989-92), Pittsburgh Penguins (1984-87), Edmonton Oilers (1987-88), Minnesota North Stars (1988-89) and the Philadelphia Flyers (1989, 1992)
    Head coach of the OHL Windsor Spitfires (2005)
    He was a journeyman player.
    He played on five different NHL teams in a three year period.
    He played two stints with the Jets and Flyers.
    His tenure as the head coach of the Windsor Spitfires lasted 30 games after it was revealed he encouraged a compulsory rookie hazing policy.
    He was suspended by the Canadian Hockey League for 40 games as coach and one year as general manager, before being fired by the club altogether.
    He was born in Lakewood, Ohio when his father Moe, Sr. was a member of the Cleveland Barons.
    Despite being raised in Canada, he played for the United States in international competitions.
    He played for the United States men's hockey team at the 1992 Olympics in Albertville, France.
    Following his suspensions, many of his players came to his defense, citing he never intended to harm or single out any of his players.

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