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Bob Errey
Position Left Wing
Shoots left
Nickname(s) "Bibs"
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
180 lb (82 kg)
Teams Pittsburgh Penguins (19831993)
Buffalo Sabres (1993)
San Jose Sharks (19931995)
Detroit Red Wings (19951997)
San Jose Sharks (1997)
Dallas Stars (1997–1998)
New York Rangers (1998)
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born September 21, 1964(1964-09-21),
Montreal, PQ, CAN
NHL Draft Round 1, 15th overall, 1983
Pro Career 1983 – 1999

Robert "Bob" Errey (born September 21, 1964 in Montreal, Quebec) is a retired former professional player who was drafted 15th overall in the 1983 NHL Entry Draft. He played 895 NHL games and scored 170 goals and 212 assists over the course of his career. He played most notably for the Pittsburgh Penguins, but also played for the Buffalo Sabres, San Jose Sharks, Detroit Red Wings, Dallas Stars and New York Rangers. He won 2 Stanley Cups as a member of the Pittsburgh Penguins in 1991 and 1992 . He was also a member of Team Canada in 1997 winning a gold medal at the World Championships. With the Penguins, he originally wore jersey #10 then settled with #12. He retired in 1999 after playing the entire 1998–99 season with the Hartford Wolf Pack.

Bob is currently the TV color analyst for the Pittsburgh Penguins broadcasts on Root Sports Pittsburgh alongside Paul Steigerwald. He also appeared as an analyst on the NHL Network's nightly highlight show, NHL on the Fly during the 2007 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Errey was born in Montreal and grew up in Peterborough, Ontario. He is also a third cousin to hockey legend Ted Lindsay.

Preceded by
Doug Wilson
San Jose Sharks captains
Succeeded by
Jeff Odgers

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