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NAME YEAR HOCKEY CARD SET S-SET # $ TYPE
PAT FALLOON 1990-91 UPPER DECK -
469
0.25
WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONS
PAT FALLOON 1991-92 O-PEE-CHEE PREMIER -
56
0.05
COMMON
PAT FALLOON 1991-92 PARKHURST -
160
0.05
COMMON
PAT FALLOON 1991-92 PRO SET -
558
0.05
COMMON
PAT FALLOON 1991-92 SCORE CANADIAN -
640
0.05
COMMON
PAT FALLOON 1991-92 UPPER DECK -
593
0.05
YOUNG GUNS
PAT FALLOON 1992-93 O-PEE-CHEE PREMIER STAR PERFORMERS
12
0.15
COMMON
PAT FALLOON 1992-93 PARKHURST -
233
0.05
SENSATIONAL SOPHOMOR
PAT FALLOON 1992-93 ULTRA -
194
0.10
COMMON
PAT FALLOON 1992-93 UPPER DECK -
19
0.05
TEAM CHECKLIST
PAT FALLOON 1992-93 UPPER DECK -
286
0.05
COMMON
PAT FALLOON 1992-93 UPPER DECK -
355
0.05
ROOKIE REPORT
PAT FALLOON 1992-93 UPPER DECK -
386
0.05
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
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Patrick J. Falloon (born September 22, 1972) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey right winger who played nine seasons in the National Hockey League between 1991 and 2000. The first player drafted by the Sharks, Falloon had a stan...





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Pat Falloon

Patrick J. Falloon (born September 22, 1972) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey right winger who played nine seasons in the National Hockey League between 1991 and 2000. The first player drafted by the Sharks, Falloon had a standout junior career with the Spokane Chiefs of the Western Hockey League, with consecutive 60 goal seasons before being drafted.

As the second overall pick, Falloon will probably always be remembered as the 'consolation prize' in the 1991 draft, since No. 1 pick Eric Lindros was easily the most coveted player available that year.

Pat Falloon was drafted 2nd overall by the San Jose Sharks in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft. Falloon was traded November 16, 1995 to the Philadelphia Flyers. He was traded January 17, 1998 to the Ottawa Senators. He later played for both the Edmonton Oilers and Pittsburgh Penguins.

Still, Falloon was considered a talented prospect in his own right, and the Sharks expected him to be one of the building blocks of their young franchise in the coming decade. Falloon delivered decent returns as a rookie, notching 59 points in 1991–92, but never topped that production for the remainder of his career. Later in his career Falloon became known more for his lack of conditioning which earned him the nickname 'Fat Balloon'.

PAT FALLOON NHL Stats

Age Season Team Pos GP G A PTS +/- PIM Shot %
27 1999-00 TOT RW 63 9 22 31 4 14 9.8
26 1998-99 EDM RW 82 17 23 40 -4 20 11.2
25 1997-98 TOT RW 58 8 10 18 -8 16 5.9
24 1996-97 PHI RW 52 11 12 23 -8 10 8.9
23 1995-96 TOT RW 71 25 26 51 14 10 14.7
22 1994-95 SJS RW 46 12 7 19 -4 25 13.2
21 1993-94 SJS RW 83 22 31 53 -3 18 11.4
20 1992-93 SJS RW 41 14 14 28 -25 12 10.7
19 1991-92 SJS RW 79 25 34 59 -32 16 13.8
NHL season totals 575 143 179 322 -7 141 0