26. Randy Gregg

Randy Gregg is an honored member of the five-time Stanley Cup Ring club of the Edmonton Oilers.  While there are a few members of this club, his path to professional hockey was the most unique.

Gregg would play at the University of Alabama and was part of the 1980 Canadian Olympic Team and would actually go off to play in Japan for two years.  Upon his return, he accepted an offer to join the Oilers and was with them briefly for the 1982 Playoffs.  He would sign officially, and the medical doctor (he really was one) would become one of the better Defenseman for the Oilers. 

He scored 28 Points as a rookie, and in his sophomore season, he would have a career-high 40 Points.  That year, he would win his first Stanley Cup.  Gregg would go on to have four 20 Point seasons with Edmonton and would overall have 188 Points for the Oilers.  He would also have a sweet Plus/Minus of +173 for the team.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Defence
  • Acquired: Signed as a Free Agent 10/18/82.
  • Departed: Claimed by the Vancouver Canucks off the Waiver Draft 9/1/93.
  • Games Played: 453
  • Notable Statistics: 40 Goals
    148 Assists
    188 Points
    309 PIM
    .42 PPG
    +173 Plus/Minus
    30.0 Point Shares
    52 Points in 130 Playoff Games
  • Major Accolades and Awards: Stanley Cup Champion (1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 & 1990)
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