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Dale Hunter

Dale Robert Hunter (born July 31, 1960) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player. Hunter was born in Petrolia, Ontario.

He was selected 41st overall by the Quebec Nordiques in the 1979 NHL Entry Draft and played seven seasons in Quebec.

According to his former Quebec Nordiques coach Michel Bergeron, even though Hunter was nicknamed the 'Nuisance' on ice (La Petite Peste in French).

Hunter served as the team captain for the Capitals. In the 1993 Patrick Division Semifinals between the Capitals and New York Islanders, Hunter had led his team with seven postseason goals, and was suspended 21 games for illegally and viciously checking and separating the shoulder of Isles star Pierre Turgeon.

Hunter finished off his career with the Colorado Avalanche, the successor to the Nordiques.

Age Season Team Pos GP G A PTS +/- PIM Shot %
38 1998-99 TOT C 62 2 9 11 -7 119 8.3
37 1997-98 WSH C 82 8 18 26 1 103 9.8
36 1996-97 WSH C 82 14 32 46 -2 125 12.7
35 1995-96 WSH C 82 13 24 37 5 112 10.2
34 1994-95 WSH C 45 8 15 23 -4 101 11
33 1993-94 WSH C 52 9 29 38 -4 131 14.8
32 1992-93 WSH C 84 20 59 79 3 198 16.7
31 1991-92 WSH C 80 28 50 78 -2 205 25.5
30 1990-91 WSH C 76 16 30 46 -22 234 15.1
29 1989-90 WSH C 80 23 39 62 17 233 18.7
28 1988-89 WSH C 80 20 37 57 -3 219 14.5
27 1987-88 WSH C 79 22 37 59 7 240 17.5
26 1986-87 QUE C 46 10 29 39 4 135 18.9
25 1985-86 QUE C 80 28 42 70 6 265 18.4
24 1984-85 QUE C 80 20 52 72 23 209 17.4
23 1983-84 QUE C 77 24 55 79 35 232 19.5
NHL season totals 1167 265 557 822 4 2861 15.6

 









 

 

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