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| 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
210 lb (95 kg)
San Diego Gulls
|Born|| October 10 1965,|
Red Lake, ON, CAN
|Pro Career||1988 – 1993|
Mitchell Dennis Molloy (born October 10, 1965 in Red Lake, Ontario) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey left winger who played two games in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Buffalo Sabres during the 1989–90 season.
Molloy signed as a free agent with the Buffalo Sabres in February of 1990 and was assigned to the American Hockey League to play for the Sabres' affiliate the Rochester Americans. He got called up from Rochester and made his NHL debut in a game against the Calgary Flames on March 21, 1990 where he would fight NHL veteran Tim Hunter. He played his second and final game in the NHL on April 1, 1990 in the Sabres' last game of the regular season against the Quebec Nordiques, getting into another fight with rookie enforcer Brent Severyn.
- The two games Malloy played in the NHL were home games held at Memorial Auditorium in Buffalo, NY.
- Molloy was the second player to play a game in the NHL as a previous member of the ECHL. Former Johnstown Chiefs goaltender Scott Gordon played his first game in the NHL with the Quebec Nordiques on January 30, 1990. Like Gordon, Molloy had also played for the Chiefs earlier in his career but they were not teammates, as Gordon left the organization after the 1988-89 ECHL season.
- His best season as a professional occurred as a member of the St. Thomas Wildcats of the Colonial Hockey League in 1991–92, when he scored 26 goals and added 33 assists in 52 games.
- Signed as a free agent by the Buffalo Sabres, February, 1990.
- Mitch Molloy's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
- Mitch Molloy's biography at Legends of Hockey
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