29. Randy Moller

Randy Moller went from the Gold Medal of the World Junior Hockey Championships with Canada to the NHL and the Quebec Nordiques.  The Nords were blessed to have him throughout the '80s, where the towering defenseman used his size to intimidate and check among the best of them.  

Moller was not much of a scorer, as his career-high in Goals was only seven, but he would sometimes be used on the power play, and he would have three 20 Assist seasons.  He played 508 Games for Quebec and would have 152 Points with 1,002 Penalty Minutes for the squad.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Defence
  • Acquired: Selected in the 1st Round, 11th Overall in the Amateur Draft 6/10/81.
  • Departed: Traded to the New York Rangers for Michel Petit 10/5/89.
  • Games Played: 508
  • Notable Statistics: 33 Goals, 119 Assists, 152 Points, 1,002 PIM, .30 PPG, +53 Plus/Minus, 30.9 Point Shares, 11 Points in 48 Playoff Games
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