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166. Ken Randall

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166. Ken Randall
Considered one of the early tough guys in North American hockey, Ken Randall would lead the NHL in Penalty Minutes in the inaugural season of the National Hockey League.  Randall would play both Right Wing and Defense and he was a two time Stanley Cup Champion with Toronto (1918 & 1922), the first when they were named the Arenas, the second when they were the St. Patricks.  Randall scored 121 Points over his tenure in the NHL.

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  • Country of Origin: Kingston, Ontario, Canada
  • Eligible Since: Friday, 01 January 1943
  • Position: Defence, Right Wing
  • Non-NHL Teams:

    Toronto Arenas

    Toronto St. Patricks

    Hamilton Tigers

    New York Americans
  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    Most Penalties in Minutes (1) (1918)

    Stanley Cup Rings (2) (Toronto Arenas 1918; Toronto St. Patricks 1922)  

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