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Hockey Player
    (July 12, 1957-June 29, 2017)
    Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
    Died in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    Drafted 25th overall by the Minnesota North Stars in the 1977 NHL Draft
    Forward for the Edmonton Oilers (1977-86), Hartford Whalers (1986-87) and the Toronto Maple Leafs (1987-88)
    Assistant coach for the Edmonton Oilers (1996-97)
    Former color commentator for the Edmonton Oilers
    His claim to hockey fame is being Wayne Gretzky's on-ice bodyguard.
    He is known in mainstream circles for taking part in a charity boxing match with Muhammad Ali.
    He spent his final NHL season on a dreadful Maple Leafs roster.
    He was given the nickname 'Cement Head' by fans of the opposing teams.
    He refused to sign a contract with the Minnesota North Stars, citing the team's offer was below his market value.
    He scored the final goal in the history of the World Hockey Association (1979).
    He won two Stanley Cups as a member of the Oilers (1984, 1985).
    His presence on the ice allowed many of the team's stars to flourish during the early stages of their careers.
    He served as an assistant coach for the Oilers under Ron Low for one season (1996-97).
    He was one of a few players to play for the Oilers in both the WHA & NHL.

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