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| 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
190 lb (86 kg)
|Teams||St. Louis Blues|
|Born|| April 17 1953,|
Quesnel, BC, CAN
|Died|| May 27 1977 (aged 24),|
|NHL Draft|| 48th overall, 1973|
St. Louis Blues
|WHA Draft|| 33rd overall, 1973|
Minnesota Fighting Saints
|Pro Career||1973 – 1977|
Robert Allen "Bob" Gassoff (April 17, 1953 in Quesnel, British Columbia – May 27, 1977) was a professional ice hockey player. He played four seasons in the NHL for the St. Louis Blues. He was killed in a motorcycle accident on the country property of his friend and team-mate Garry Unger near Gray Summit, Missouri; his number 3 was subsequently retired by the Blues.
He played in 245 NHL games, scoring 11 goals and 47 assists with 866 penalty minutes.
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