42. Jeff Brown

Playing the last half of the 1980s with the Quebec Nordiques, Jeff Brown got his start in the NHL in La Belle Province.  The Defenseman was only with the parent club for 8 Games as a rookie, and he would be promoted for good midway through his second season (1985-86).

In the next two seasons, Brown would become the best offensive defenseman for Quebec, scoring 53 and 68 Points, respectively, with the latter figure being his second highest in his career.  He anchored the point well, but with Quebec as basement dwellers, he was not thought of much on the national stage.

In a rebuilding effort, he was traded to the St. Louis Blues in December of 1989.  He scored 170 Points for Quebec with a very good Points per Game Average of .72.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Defence
  • Acquired: Selected in the 2nd Round, 36th Overall in the Amateur Draft 6/9/84.
  • Departed: Traded to the St. Louis Blues for Tony Hrkac and Greg Millen 12/13/89.
  • Games Played: 237
  • Notable Statistics: 53 Goals, 117 Assists, 170 Points, 166 PIM, .72 PPG, -45 Plus/Minus, 21.7 Point Shares, 6 Points in 14 Playoff Games
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