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| 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
185 lb (84 kg)
|Teams|| New Jersey Devils|
|Born|| August 1 1963,|
Nelson, British Columbia
|Pro Career||1984 – 2001|
Playing career Edit
Greg Adams was signed by the New Jersey Devils on June 24, 1984. He played three seasons with the Devils until he was traded to the Vancouver Canucks on September 15] 1987 along with Kirk McLean for Patrik Sundstrom and a 4th round pick in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft (Matt Ruchty).
He would go on to play 8 seasons in Vancouver. During the 1994 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Adams scored a goal in what many Canucks fans believe to be one of the greatest moments in team history. In Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals against the Toronto Maple Leafs, Adams scored the game-winning goal in overtime, catapulting the team to their second-ever Stanley Cup Final berth. He would also score the overtime winner in Game 1 of that Stanley Cup finals against the New York Rangers.
Adams was traded to the Dallas Stars in the 1994–95 season. After four seasons in Dallas, he moved on to play for the Phoenix Coyotes for two seasons (1998–99 and 1999–00). After Phoenix, Adams played one season (2000–01) with the Florida Panthers and then retired from the NHL.
Greg Adams was a decent goal scorer who managed to score more than 30 goals 4 times in his career and nine seasons with more than 20. Twice he scored over 70 points, once with the Devils (77) and once with the Canucks (76). Unfortunately, Adams was often plagued with the injury bug and only once he managed to play a full season.
Adams played two seasons ('82–83 and '83–84) at Northern Arizona University. He led the nation in scoring his sophomore season.
Career statistics Edit
|1984–85||New Jersey Devils||NHL||36||12||9||21||14||—||—||—||—||—|
|1985–86||New Jersey Devils||NHL||78||35||42||77||30||—||—||—||—||—|
|1986–87||New Jersey Devils||NHL||72||20||27||47||19||—||—||—||—||—|
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