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Thursday, April 28, 2011

April 27

Murray Bannerman

Drafted by the Vancouver Canucks in the 4th round (58th overall) of the 1977 NHL amateur draft,  Bannerman was traded to Chicago as part of the Pit Martin trade after playing just a single game with the Canucks. He would apprentice with the Hawks farm team in New Brunswick and then as Esposito's understudy, taking over the starting role in 1982-83.
Bannerman's NHL career spanned 8 seasons and 289 games played. His record in that time was 116 wins, 125 losses with 33 ties. He had 8 career shutouts and a lifetime 3.83 GAA.

Received these blue ink signed cards and index card TTM.

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