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Jay Caufield
Jaycaufield
Position Right Wing
Shot Right
Height
Weight
6 ft 04 in (1.93 m)
237 lb (108 kg)
Teams NHL
Pittsburgh Penguins
Minnesota North Stars
New York Rangers
AHL
New Haven Nighthawks
IHL
Toledo Goaldiggers
Flint Spirits
Kalamazoo Wings
Muskegon Lumberjacks
Nationality Flag of the United States American
Born July 17 1960 (1960-07-17) (age 56),
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Pro Career 1985 – 1994


Jay Caufield (born July 17, 1960 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is a former NHL right winger.

Playing careerEdit

Caufield attended the University of North Dakota where he played football. He later signed with the New York Rangers in 1985 and was assigned to the Toledo Goaldiggers of the IHL.

He played 13 games with the Rangers in the 1986–87 season, accumulating 45 penalty minutes.

The Rangers traded Caufield prior to the 1987–88 season, where he played 65 games for the Kalamazoo Wings.

With the Penguins, Caufield played most of five seasons, including the 1991–92 Stanley Cup. He averaged nearly four penalty minutes a game, and in 194 games with Pittsburgh he scored three goals. He was demoted to the IHL for 1993–94 and retired at the end of the season.

Post-hockeyEdit

After he retired as a hockey player, Caufield made a brief appearance as the Penguins' goalie Brad Tolliver in the hockey-themed action film Sudden Death. He also became a personal trainer, working extensively with Mario Lemieux during his various NHL comebacks. Currently, Caufield works as an analyst on FSN Live: Penguins Post Game, which appears on FSN Pittsburgh.

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