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Hockey Player
    (January 29, 1958- )
    Born in Glendon, Alberta, Canada
    Drafted 40th overall by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1978 NHL Entry Draft
    Right winger for the Vancouver Canucks (1978-91)
    #12 retired by the Canucks (1992)
    Assistant coach for the Vancouver Canucks (1991-99)
    His nickname was 'The Steamer.'
    He received little media attention in his prime years as a result of playing in Vancouver.
    Many casual Canuck fans fail to acknowledge his status as the best player ever in franchise history.
    His surname is hard to pronounce.
    He spent his prime years on some brutal Canuck teams.
    He was a fan favorite in Vancouver, spending his entire career with the team.
    He served as the Canucks team captain for the majority of his tenure.
    His number 12 is the first one officially retired by the team.
    He was an integral part of the Canucks Cinderella run to the 1982 Stanley Cup Finals.
    He held many of the Canucks scoring records, the majority have since been broken by Trevor Linden.
    He's been associated with the Canucks franchise for over 30 years.

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