30. Peter McNab
A small fraction away from being a Point per Game player as a Boston Bruin, Peter McNab was a good scorer who was known for his accurate shot and excellent stick handling.  McNab was far from the best skater on the ice, but he had a high hockey I.Q. and knew where to position himself to optimize his scoring chances.  He was an All Star once in 1977.

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  • Country of Origin: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Position: Center
  • Acquired: Transferred from the Buffalo Sabres as compensation for their signing of Andre Savard, 6/11/76.
  • Departed: Traded to the Vancouver Canucks for Jim Nill 2/3/84.
  • Games Played: 595
  • Notable Statistics: 263 Goals
    324 Assists
    587 Points
    111 PIM
    0.99 PPG
    +149 Plus/Minus
    51.3 Point Shares
    74 Points in 79 Playoff Games
  • Major Accolades and Awards: All Star Game Participant (1977)
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