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Daryl Reaugh

Ice hockey player from Canada

Daryl "Razor" Reaugh (pronounced "Ray") (born February 13, 1965 in Prince George, British Columbia), is a retired professional ice hockey goaltender, now a color commentator for the Dallas Stars of the NHL, the The NHL on Versus and Hockey Night in Canada. With his exaggerated facial features, including his large chin and forehead, Daryl is sometimes referred to as a "Caricature of a Man". Reaugh played for the Kamloops Blazers of the Western Hockey League where he was an All-Star goaltender. In the 1984 NHL Entry Draft the Edmonton Oilers selected Reaugh with the 42nd pick, ahead of prominent players such as Patrick Roy (51st), Luc Robitaille (171st), and Brett Hull (117th). He played a handful of games with the Oilers, but spent the majority of his six years in the organization in the American Hockey League. He does have a Stanley Cup ring, and is on the 1988 Edmonton Oilers team pictures, but Edmonton chose not to include his name on the Cup, even though he dressed for 60 regular season games, playing only 6 of them. He joined the Hartford Whalers in 1990 and played over 1000 minutes, posting a 7–7–1 record and a 3.15 goals against average. His season was cut short after an  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1965-02-13
Place of birth
Prince George
Nationality
Canada

Athlete facts

Sports
Ice Hockey

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