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Hockey Player
    He spent the majority of his career on a mediocre Rangers team.
    Despite being a mainstay on the Rangers roster, he was traded to Buffalo, where he wound up playing the final 52 games of his NHL career.
    He recorded a career-high 186 penalty minutes in a single season (1979-80).
    He sang on the charity single 'Hockey Sock Rock,' which was written by Alan Thicke.
    He clipped Greg Neeld with an errant high stick, which cost the latter the majority of the vision in his left eye as a result (1973-74).
    He is the youngest player in the history of the Rangers franchise to serve as team captain.
    He captained the Rangers to their second Stanley Cup Finals appearance in the 1970's.
    He played alongside his brother, Don with the Rangers.
    He was considered a popular figure during his tenure with the Rangers.
    He found a second career in broadcasting, following the end of his playing career.

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