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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

May 25--Ric Nattress

Ric Nattress

Selected in second round by Montreal Canadiens number 27 overall in the 1980 NHI draft.
Ric Nattress was a solid positional defenceman in his own end who could move the puck up ice to his forwards with a minimum of difficulty.

"Stash" made his pro debut by playing five Calder Cup playoff games for the Nova Scotia Voyageurs in 1982. He played 40 games for the rebuilding Habs in 1982-83 but his role was reduced over the next two seasons. In addition, he served a 30-game suspension after being charged with possession of marijuana and hashish.
1982-1993MTL, STL, CGY, TOR, PHI53629135164377
1983-1991Montreal, St. Louis, Calgary675101560
Nattress is now General Manager and Head Coach of the Stoney Creek Warriors in the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League. He has led the Warriors to back to back Golden Horseshoe Championships.

Received these blue ink signed cards

and black sharpie signed photo

sort of IP. A fellow I used to work with used to buy art prints from this little gallery and framing shop in Burlington. It was run by Ric Nattress's sister. I went in and bought some hockey prints and also had her get my cards signed. Photo was a bonus. 

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