25. Dale Hunter

Dale Hunter was a tough as nails hockey player who would score as quickly as he would enter the penalty box.  As a rookie with the Quebec Nordiques, he would score 63 Points, and in four of the next five campaigns with Quebec, he would reach the 60 Point mark. 

In all of those seasons mentioned above, the Center would accumulate over 200 Penalty Minutes, which made him one of the most unique hockey players ever.  Hunter would be traded to the Washington Capitals in 1987, and twelve years later, he was traded back where he played a half-season to finish off his career.

Nicknamed the "Nuisance," Hunter will always be remembered in the annals of Quebec City hockey.  His overall stats with the Nordiques/Avalanche would see him score 464 Points.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Center
  • Acquired: Selected in the 2nd Round, 41st Overall in the NHL Draft 8/9/79.
  • Departed:

    Traded to the Washington Capitals with Clint Malarchuk for Gaetan Duchesne, Alan Haworth, and Washington's 1987 1st Round Pick (which would be Joe Sakic) 6/13/87.

    Acquired (2): Traded from the Washington Capitals with Washington’s 2000 3rd Round Pick (which would be Sergei Kllazmine) for the previously acquired 1999 2nd Round Pick from the Vancouver Canucks (which would be Charlie Stephens) 3/23/99.

    Departed (2): Retired after the 1998-99 Season.
  • Games Played: 535
  • Notable Statistics: 142 Goals, 322 Assists, 464 Points, 1,562 PIM, .61 PPG, +112 Plus/Minus, 30.3 Point Shares, 46 Points in 86 Playoff Games
Tagged under

Related items

Add comment


Security code
Refresh