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| 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
185 lb (84 kg)
|Born|| February 2 1967,|
Scarborough, ON, CAN
|Pro Career||1986 – 1993|
Doug Dadswell (born February 2, 1967 in Scarborough, Ontario) is a retired former professional ice hockey goaltender who played two seasons in the National Hockey League for the Calgary Flames from 1986–1988.
Dadswell played two seasons of NCAA hockey for the Cornell University, leading the Big Red to the Eastern College Athletic Conference title in 1985–86. His performance led to his being signed by the Flames in 1986. Dadswell turned pro the following season, spending the bulk of the year in the American Hockey League with the Moncton Golden Flames. He would earn a call up to the NHL late in the 1986–87 season though, where he played two games with the Flames. In 1987–88, he won the backup position behind Mike Vernon, where he appeared in 25 more games with the Flames. However, when the Flames acquired Rick Wamsley late in the season, Dadswell found himself out of the NHL. He would bounce around the minor leagues until 1993, but never returned to the NHL.
In 2000, Dadswell was inducted into the Cornell Athletic Hall of Fame.
|1984–85||Cornell Big Red||ECAC||28||17||10||1||-||-||0||3.52||-|
|1985–86||Cornell Big Red||ECAC||30||20||7||3||-||-||1||3.04||-|
|1986–87||Moncton Golden Flames||AHL||42||23||12||0||2275||138||1||3.64||.852|
|1988–89||Salt Lake Golden Eagles||IHL||32||15||10||3||1723||110||2||3.83||-|
|1990–91||Canadian National Team||Intl.||28||16||6||1||1599||78||0||2.92||-|
|NHL CAREER TOTALS||27||8||8||3||1,346||99||0||4.41||-|
- Doug Dadswell's biography at Legends of Hockey
- Doug Dadswell's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
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