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Vincent Francois Damphousse
(born December 17, 1967) is a retired Canadian professional hockey player in the NHL. He played centre for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Edmonton Oilers, Montreal Canadiens and San Jose Sharks. He was signed as an unrestricted free-agent by the Colorado Avalanche in 2004 during the off-season, but he never played with the team due to the lockout that canceled the 2004–05 season.






Playing careerEdit

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Damphousse with the San Jose Sharks.

Damphousse was picked by the Toronto Maple Leafs 6th overall in the first round of the 1986 NHL Entry Draft. In 1991, playing as a Maple Leaf, he was named MVP of the NHL All Star Game, being one of only four players (at that time) to ever score 4 goals in a single All-Star matchup.[1] Damphousse played five seasons in Toronto before moving to the Edmonton Oilers. He found himself playing for his hometown team, the Montreal Canadiens the next season, helping them win the Stanley Cup in 1993 before moving to the San Jose Sharks during the 1998–99 season. He also spent a brief stint in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga playing for the Ratingen Lions. His last team was technically the Colorado Avalanche, with which he signed on August 19, 2004, but he never took the ice for them; the 2004–05 NHL season was canceled because of a lockout.

Damphousse was a member of the National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) executive committee, serving as vice president under Trevor Linden. Damphousse was once mistaken for Vincent Lecavalier by master hockey legend Bill Watters on Sportsnet Connected during a Leafs broadcast.

RetirementEdit

Damphousse announced his retirement on September 7, 2005. He currently lives in Montreal.

AwardsEdit

Career statisticsEdit

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1983–84 Laval Voisins QMJHL 66 29 36 65 25 12 5 3 8 4
1984–85 Laval Voisins QMJHL 68 35 68 103 62
1985–86 Laval Titan QMJHL 69 45 110 155 70
1986–87 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 80 21 25 46 26 12 1 5 6 8
1987–88 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 75 12 36 48 40 6 0 1 1 10
1988–89 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 80 26 42 68 75
1989–90 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 80 33 61 94 56 5 0 2 2 2
1990–91 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 79 26 47 73 65
1991–92 Edmonton Oilers NHL 80 38 51 89 53 16 6 8 14 8
1992–93 Montreal Canadiens NHL 84 39 58 97 98 20 11 12 23 16
1993–94 Montreal Canadiens NHL 84 40 51 91 75 7 1 2 3 8
1994–95 Montreal Canadiens NHL 48 10 30 40 42
1994–95 EC Ratingen DEL 11 5 7 12 24
1995–96 Montreal Canadiens NHL 80 38 56 94 158 6 4 4 8 0
1996–97 Montreal Canadiens NHL 82 27 54 81 82 5 0 0 0 2
1997–98 Montreal Canadiens NHL 76 18 41 59 58 10 3 6 9 22
1998–99 Montreal Canadiens NHL 65 12 24 36 46
1998–99 San Jose Sharks NHL 12 7 6 13 4 6 3 2 5 6
1999–00 San Jose Sharks NHL 82 21 49 70 58 12 1 7 8 16
2000–01 San Jose Sharks NHL 45 9 37 46 62 6 2 1 3 14
2001–02 San Jose Sharks NHL 82 20 38 58 60 12 2 6 8 12
2002–03 San Jose Sharks NHL 82 23 38 61 66
2003–04 San Jose Sharks NHL 82 12 29 41 66 17 7 7 14 20
NHL totals 1378 432 773 1205 1190 140 41 63 104 144

International playEdit

See also Edit

ReferencesEdit

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Preceded by
Wendel Clark
Toronto Maple Leafs first round draft pick
1986
Succeeded by
Luke Richardson
Preceded by
Pierre Turgeon
Montreal Canadiens captains
199699
Succeeded by
Saku Koivu
Preceded by
Mike Ricci
San Jose Sharks captains
2003–04
next 20 games
Succeeded by
Alyn McCauley


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