Professional Hockey Player. For eight seasons (1974 to 1982), he played at the defenseman position in the National Hockey League with the Philadelphia Flyers, Vancouver Canucks and Hartford Whalers. He began his amateur career with the Victoria Cougars before being promoted to the NH during the 1974-1975 season, where he was briefly a member of the Philadelphia Flyers team which captured the Stanley Cup. During his tenure with the Flyers (1974 to 1977), he was part of the famed teams nicknamed "The Broad Street Bullies." In 393 career regular season games, he compiled 11 goals with 36 assists. After retiring as a player, he began a lengthy coaching career as an assistant with the Vancouver Canucks and Philadelphia Flyers. He died from cancer.
Bio by: C.S.