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| 5 ft 11 in (1.8 m)|
190 lb (86 kg)
Dallas Black Hawks
Salt Lake Golden Eagles
Minnesota North Stars
|Born|| July 29 1959,|
Regina, SK, CAN
|NHL Draft|| 89th overall, 1979|
|Pro Career||1979 – 1995|
Dirk Milton Graham (born July 29, 1959 in Regina, Saskatchewan) is a retired Canadian professional forward who played for the Chicago Blackhawks and Minnesota North Stars in the National Hockey League. He was honored in 1991 as the Frank J. Selke Trophy winner for outstanding defensive play by a forward. Graham served as head coach of the Blackhawks briefly during the 1998–99 season before being relieved of his duties after 59 games.
Graham played for over 10 NHL seasons, appearing in 772 games. He scored 219 goals and 270 assists with 917 penalty minnutes, In the playoffs, he played in 90 games with 17 goals and 27 assists.
|Chicago Blackhawks captains|
| Succeeded by|
|Frank J. Selke Trophy winner|
| Succeeded by|
|Chicago Blackhawks Head Coaches|
|Muldoon • Stanley • Lehman • Gardiner • Irvin • Shaughnessy • Tobin • Iverson • Matheson • Gorman • Loughlin • Stewart • Thompson • Gottselig • Conacher • Goodfellow • Abel • Eddolls • Ivan • Pilous • Reay • White • Pulford • Johnston • Magnuson • Pulford • Tessier • Pulford • Murdoch • Keenan • D. Sutter • Hartsburg • Graham • Molleken • Pulford • Suhonen • B. Sutter • Yawney • Savard|
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