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Honoured Member of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame


Blaine Stoughton

Blaine A. Stoughton

Selected by Pittsburgh Penguins 1st round (#7) in 1973 NHL Amateur Draft
Selected by Quebec Nordiques 2nd round (#14) in 1973 WHA Amateur Draft

a graduate of the Dauphin minor hockey system. ... started his junior career with the local Kings of the CMJHL as a fourteen year old. ... Dauphin won the MJHL championship the next year. ... spent the next four years with the Flin Flon Bombers of the WCHL. ... had a relatively quiet first year, scoring 19 goals and 39 points in 59 games., but 181 PIM suggests he answered the bell physically. ... Flin Flon won the league championship. ... was off to a great start in his second season in 1970-71, before spearing Don Dirk of Medicine Hat in the eye. ... suspended for 29 games. ... still finished the year with an impressive 26 goals and 24 assists in 35 games. ... tore up the league in the playoffs with 13 goals and 26 points in 17 games. ... in 1971-72 led the league with 60 goals and finished third in the league in scoring. ... selected to First All-Star Team. ... in his draft year, cemented his status as one of hockey's top young guns scoring 58 goals. ... drafted 7th by Pittsburgh. ... signed with the Penguins in 1973. ... but after a lackluster 34 game rookie season he was sent to the minors. ... demanded to be traded. ... traded to Toronto in September 1974. ... played his first full season in the NHL, scoring twenty three times and adding fourteen assists in 78 games. ... and saw his first action in the Stanley Cup playoffs. ... finished the 1975-76 season in the minor leagues. ... jumped to the rival World Hockey Association for the 1976-77 season when he signed with the Cincinnati Stingers. ... blossomed into a 52 goal, 104 point scorer in Cincinnati. ... played with Rick Dudley and Rich Leduc to form the LSD Line. ... the following season under new head coach Jacques Demers defensive style, he fell into a dismal slump. ... this led to a traded to Indianapolis in January. ... sold to New England when Indianapolis folded in December 1978. ... the Whalers became the NHL Hartford Whalers in 1979-80. ... played on line with Mike Rogers and Pat Boutette, the line was known as the "Bash, Dash & Stash Line.". ... tied with Charlie Simmer and Danny Gare for the lead league in goals with 56. ... became the only player besides Bobby Hull to score 50 goals in a season in both the WHA and NHL. ... also topped 100 points, along with Rogers, making Whalers the first expansion team to achieve that feat. ... broke his leg during first period of first playoff game against Montreal. ... Whalers Three-Stars Leader in 1979-80. ... despite missing the first month of the 1980-81 season in a contract dispute, led the team in goals with 43. ... again in 1981-82 with 52 playing a full season. ... played in 1982 NHL All-Star game. ... selected team MVP by the Hartford Booster Club. ... and co-MVP by his teammates. ... for the 4th straight year led the team in goals 45 in 1982-83. ... scored first penalty-shot goal in franchise history when he beat Buffalo's Bob Sauve on March 29, 1983. ... slowed down in the 1983-84 season, and was acquired by New York in hopes that a reunification with old partner Mike Rogers would revive his scoring touch. ...
Blaine Stoughton II
retired in the summer of 1986 to his off season home in Boca Raton, Florida. ... established Hartford/Carolina franchise records for most goals in one season, most points by a right wing in one season, and most career goals. ... resurface in Italy two seasons later. ... went on to own and operate a sports bar in Boca Raton, Florida. ... started his coaching career as a part-time assistant with Cincinnati of the ECHL in 1990-91. ... was full time for the next 2 seasons. ... named right winger on Hartford all-time team by vote of Whalers fans in 1992. ... became an assistant to former Whalers teammate Joel Quenneville with the Springfield Indians in 1993-94. ... remained for 2 seasons. ... late in 1995, along with former Whalers teammate Paul Lawless, purchased Austin (WPHL) expansion team. ... named himself general manager and remained in that position until June 1999. ... coached team in 1996-97. ... after 3 seasons moved back to Cincinnati when his mother in law died. ... began coaching the Bearcats in 2007. ... inducted into the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame. ... and in 2012 to the Connecticut Hockey Hall of Fame.

Career StatisticsEdit

PlayingEdit

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1968-69 Dauphin Kings MJHL 33 15 19 34 100
Memorial Cup -- -- -- -- -- 1 0 0 0 7
1969-70 Flin Flon Bombers WCHL 59 19 20 39 181 17 4 2 6 69
1970-71Flin Flon BombersWCHL 35262450961713132661
1971-72Flin Flon BombersWCHL 6860661261217461027
1972-73Flin Flon Bombers WCHL665860118869951418
1973-74Pittsburgh Penguins NHL3456118 -- -- -- -- --
Hershey BearsAHL4723174035 -- -- -- -- --
1974-75Toronto Maple LeafsNHL 782314372474262
1975-76Toronto Maple LeafsNHL 43611178 -- -- -- -- --
Oklahoma City BlazersCHL301422362440002
1976-77Cincinnati Stingers WHA8152521043940332
1977-78Cincinnati StingersWHA 306131936 -- -- -- -- --
Indianapolis RacersWHA 4713132628 -- -- -- -- --
1978-79Indianapolis RacersWHA 25991816 -- -- -- -- --
New England WhalersWHA 369312274374
1979-80Hartford WhalersNHL 8056441001610000
1980-81Hartford WhalersNHL 7143307356 -- -- -- -- --
1981-82Hartford WhalersNHL 8052399157 -- -- -- -- --
1982-83Hartford WhalersNHL 7245317627 -- -- -- -- --
1983-84Hartford WhalersNHL 542314374 -- -- -- -- --
New York RangersNHL 145274 -- -- -- -- --
1984-85New Haven NighthawksAHL6020254535 -- -- -- -- --
1987-88AS Asiago HockeyItaly151016262 -- -- -- -- --
NHL Totals 526 258 191 449 204 8 4 2 6 2
WHA Totals 219 89 90 179 121 11 4 6 10 6

CoachingEdit

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League Type GP W L T OTL Pts Finish GP W L Results
1990-91 Cincinnati Cyclones ECHL Assist part time 2nd West 4 1 3 Lost Div Semi
1991-92 Cincinnati Cyclones ECHL Assist 64 36 20 - 8 80 2nd West 9 6 3 Lost Div Final
1992-93 Cincinnati Cyclones IHL Assist 82 27 48 - 7 61 11th DNQ
1993-94 Springfield Indians AHL Assist 80 29 38 13 - 71 4th North 6 2 4 Lost Div Semi
1994-95 Springfield Falcons AHL Assist 80 31 37 12 - 74 5th North DNQ
1996-97 Austin Ice Bats WPHL Head 64 35 22 - 7 77 2nd 6 2 4 Lost Semi
2007-08 Cincinnati Bearcats ACHA Head 19 11 7 - 1 23 10th North
2008-09 Cincinnati Bearcats ACHA Head 25 20
2009-10 Cincinnati Bearcats ACHA Head 21 8 11 2 0 18 21st SE

ManagingEdit

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP W L OTL Pts Finish GP W L Results
1996-97 Austin Ice Bats WPHL 64 35 22 7 77 2nd 6 2 4 Lost Semi
1997-98 Austin Ice Bats WPHL 69 35 23 11 81 4th East 5 2 3 Lost E Semi
1998-99 Austin Ice Bats WPHL 69 26 33 10 54 5th Central DNQ

Awards & Achievements Edit


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