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Who am I?

I played for my hometown team in the WHL.

I was selected in the first round of the entry draft.

I have played in the Stanley Cup final 3 times but never won.

I played in more than 1000 regular season NHL games and scored more than 700 points.

I played for six NHL teams.

My final year in the NHL was 1999-2000.

I was a two way forward.

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Who am I?

I played for my hometown team in the WHL.

I was selected in the first round of the entry draft.

I have played in the Stanley Cup final 3 times but never won.

I played in more than 1000 regular season NHL games and scored more than 700 points.

I played for six NHL teams.

My final year in the NHL was 1999-2000.

I was a two way forward.

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My first year in the show was 1979.

I played for four NHL teams.

I had 1000+ GP and 1000+ Points in the NHL.

I played 15 NHL Seasons.

I have never won a cup.

I retired in 1994.

I retired from broadcasting in 2008.

Who am I?

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My first year in the show was 1979.

I played for four NHL teams.

I had 1000+ GP and 1000+ Points in the NHL.

I played 15 NHL Seasons.

I have never won a cup.

I retired in 1994.

I retired from broadcasting in 2008.

Who am I?

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Brian Propp?

That's funny, he was going to be the next one I did.

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WHO AM I

- top 10 draft pick

- A part of 3 NHL organisations

- injury shortened career

- six-year career in the NHL

- played for the bruins

- my signature was on one of the biggest NHL contracts during the 90's

-one game away from having my name on the stanley cup

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WHO AM I

- top 10 draft pick

- A part of 3 NHL organisations

- injury shortened career

- six-year career in the NHL

- played for the bruins

- my signature was on one of the biggest NHL contracts during the 90's

-one game away from having my name on the stanley cup

- averaged more then 1 point per game in the AHL

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Assuming Gillis is correct, here's a new one:

I played for 5 different NHL teams

My brother once played for the Habs and my son was drafted by the Lightning

I came within one game of winning the Stanley Cup

I have coached at the Jr and university level

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