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Brad Maxwell (born July 8, 1957 in Brandon, Manitoba) is a former professional ice hockey player renowned as a playmaking defenceman. After having won the Memorial Cup in 1977 as a member of the New Westminster Bruins, Maxwell was selected seventh overall in the 1977 NHL Amateur Draft by the Minnesota North Stars. He excelled for the North Stars throughout the early 1980s, recording 73 points in 78 games in his best season with the club in 1983–84. At the end of his career he bounced around between teams, spending short amounts of time with the Quebec Nordiques, Toronto Maple Leafs, Vancouver Canucks and New York Rangers, and ultimately retired in 1987.
He played in 612 NHL games and scored 98 goals and 270 assists. He also played in 79 playoff games and scored 12 goals and 49 assists.
|Minnesota North Stars/Dallas Stars first-round draft picks|
| Minnesota: Cheesman • Benzelock • Redmond • Byers • Hicks • Bryan Maxwell • Sharpley • Brad Maxwell • Smith • Hartsburg • McCarthy • Palmer • Meighan • Bellows • Lawton • Quinn • Babe • Archibald • Modano • Zmolek • Hatcher • Matvichuk |
Dallas: Harvey • Botterill • Iginla • Jackman • Morrow • Ott • Bacashihua • Vagner • Fistric • Niskanen • Vishnevskiy