Ron Duguay


Ronald “Ron” Duguay was born July 6, 1957 in Sudbury, Ontario. Duguay played junior hockey for his hometown Sudbury Wolves of the Ontario Hockey League. He played 12 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1977 through 1989 for the New York Rangers, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins and Los Angeles Kings. Duguay set a team record, for the fastest goal at the start of a game, at 9 seconds, on April 6, 1980 against the Philadelphia Flyers. He played his first six seasons in New York, where he was known as much for his long hair and flashy behavior as he was for his play on the ice. He was also well known for his time spent at Studio 54 in NYC. After his playing career he appeared as an in-studio analyst during MSG Network‘s coverage of the New York Rangers from 2007 to 2018. Now Duguay is a host for a sports podcast, “Up In The Blue Seats” for the New York Post along with Post Rangers beat writer, Larry Brooks.

NHL Games 860   Goals 274   Assists 346   Points 620

Brian Propp

Brian has had the opportunity to play on some great teams. Click on a team logo details about Brian’s time with that team.

Career Highlights

  • Canadian Junior star – A 1st round pick in 1979, 14th overall
    • Selected the “All Time Greatest Left Winger” in Canadian junior hockey history
    • Outstanding National Hockey League career spanned 15 seasons
    • Reached NHL Milestone marks of: 400 goals, 1,000 games & 1,000 points
    • Hit the 40-goal plateau four times, the 40-assist level nine times
    • 850 career points as a Flyer is third on the Flyers all-time scoring list
    • Holds NHL playoff points record for Left Wingers 148 points, 64 goals & 84 assists in 160 playoff games
    • Played in 5 NHL All-Star games & 5 Stanley Cup Championships (1980′s-90′s)
    • Named to the Philadelphia Flyer’s Hall of Fame

Tournament Ambassador

Keith Primeau

Primeau was born in Whitby, Ontario. Former NHL athlete, Co-founder & Ambassador to StopConcussions and author, Keith Primeau, suffered several concussions during his tenure in major league hockey, which forced him into early retirement. Since retiring, Keith remains close to the NHL, and is extremely involved in bringing awareness to concussion prevention and management. Through public engagements, keynote speaking and seminars, Keith educates people on this topic that hits so close to home.


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