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| 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
225 lb (102 kg)
|Teams|| Calgary Flames (1993–1998)|
Tampa Bay Lightning (1998–1999)
Philadelphia Flyers (1999–2000)
Carolina Hurricanes (2000)
New York Rangers (2000–2003)
Boston Bruins (2003–2004)
New York Rangers (2004)
|Born|| June 15 1972,|
Toronto, ON, CAN
|NHL Draft|| 52nd overall, 1991|
|Pro Career||1992 – 2004|
Sandy McCarthy was selected 52nd overall, in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft. He was selected as the 3rd choice of the Calgary Flames on June 22 1991. He began playing hockey in the Georgian Bay Junior C Hockey League with the Midland Centennials and the Central Junior A Hockey League for the Hawkesbury Hawks. As a power forward, McCarthy played for the QMJHL Laval Titan in the 1989–90 season before being drafted by the Calgary Flames. He played one last season with the Titan. His next stop was during the 1992–93 season for the IHL's Salt Lake Golden Eagles.
He would stay in Calgary for the next five years before being traded, in 1998, to the Tampa Bay Lightning, for a short stay. His next stop was with the Philadelphia Flyers for the next two seasons then a brief stint for the Carolina Hurricanes. McCarthy would then move on to the New York Rangers in August 2000 where he would have score a career season high 11 goals. The next season, he would score a career high in points with 23. He was then signed by the Boston Bruins during the summer of 2003 then was claimed off waivers at the 2004 trade deadline by the Rangers.
- March 24, 1998- Traded by the Calgary Flames, along with Calgary's 1998 3rd and 5th round draft choices, to the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for Jason Wiemer.
- March 20, 1999- Traded by the Tampa Bay Lightning, along with Mikael Andersson, to the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for Colin Forbes and Philadelphia's 1999 4th round draft choice.
- March 14, 2000- Traded by the Philadelphia Flyers to the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for Kent Manderville.
- August 4, 2000- Traded by the Carolina Hurricanes, along with Carolina's 2001 4th round draft choice, to the New York Rangers in exchange for Darren Langdon and Rob DiMaio.
- August 12, 2003- Signed as a free agent with the Boston Bruins.
- March 9, 2004- Claimed on waivers by the New York Rangers from the Boston Bruins.
|Steven McDonald Extra Effort Award Winner|
2000–01 NHL season through
2001–02 NHL season
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