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Friday, September 16, 2011

Sept 16--Larry Sacharuk

Larry Sacharuk

Selected by New York Rangers round 2 #21 overall 1972 NHL Amateur Draft.
The former Saskatoon Blade began playing briefly with the Rangers in the 1972-73 season. He spent the majority of this year and the next with the American Hockey League's Providence Reds where he where he was awarded the minor league Player of the Year from the Hockey News in 1974. He then spent one season, 1974-75, with the St. Louis Blues where he enjoyed his best NHL season recording 42 points.
After being traded back to the Rangers in 1975, Sacharuk spent two more seasons with New York and the AHL New Haven Nighthawks. He signed as a free agent with the World Hockey Association's Indianapolis Racers. From there he spent 1979-80 with the Birmingham Bulls of the Canadian Hockey League and then traveled to Austria where he finished his career in 1982.

1972-1977N.Y.Rangers, St. Louis15129336242
1975St. Louis21122

 Received this blue ink signed card TTM.

Return envelope from 1988.

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