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Ted Hampson
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Position Centre
Shoots Left
Height
Weight
5 ft 08 in (1.73 m)
165 lb (75 kg)
Teams Quebec Nordiques (WHA)
Minnesota Fighting Saints (WHA)
Minnesota North Stars
California Golden Seals
Oakland Seals
Detroit Red Wings
New York Rangers
Toronto Maple Leafs
Vancouver Canucks
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born December 11 1936 (1936-12-11) (age 79),
Togo, SK, CAN
Pro Career 1959 – 1976

Ted George Hampson (born December 11, 1936 in Togo, Saskatchewan) was a National Hockey League centre during the 1960s and 70s.

CareerEdit

Ted Hampson was awarded the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy in 1969 while playing for the Oakland Seals. He retired from the NHL following the 1971–72 season, and went on to play five seasons in the WHA. The WHA would award him the Paul Deneau Trophy (Most Gentlemanly Player) in 1973 as a member of the Minnesota Fighting Saints. Hampson recorded 108 goals, 245 assists, 353 points, and a mere 94 penalty minutes in 676 NHL games. In 305 WHA appearances Hampson tallied 60 goals, 143 assists, 203 points, and 51 penalty minutes.

Hampson was the general manager and player-coach for the Oklahoma City Stars of the Central Hockey League from 1978 to 1981; at the age of 45 in his final stint, one of the oldest men ever to play professional hockey. He is currently employed by the Colorado Avalanche as chief scout.

Career statisticsEdit

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1954-55Flin Flon BombersSJHLStatistics Unavailable
1955-56Flin Flon BombersSJHL-- 516211316
1956-57Flin Flon BombersSJHLStatistics Unavailable
1956-57Brandon RegalsWHL21340----------
1957-58Providence RedsAHL701525402250220
1958-59Vancouver CanucksWHL662741682391450
1959-60Rochester AmericansAHL29618249122462
1959-60Toronto Maple LeafsNHL41281017----------
1960-61New York RangersNHL69614204----------
1961-62New York RangersNHL68424281060110
1962-63Baltimore ClippersAHL22121426431230
1962-63New York RangersNHL464262----------
1963-64Detroit Red WingsNHL70110----------
1963-64Pittsburgh HornetsAHL66153348652240
1964-65Detroit Red WingsNHL10000----------
1964-65Pittsburgh HornetsAHL641539543941232
1965-66Pittsburgh HornetsAHL72202949631010
1966-67Pittsburgh HornetsAHL71452----------
1966-67Detroit Red WingsNHL651335484----------
1967-68Detroit Red WingsNHL379182710----------
1967-68Oakland SealsNHL34819274----------
1968-69Oakland SealsNHL76264975673472
1969-70Oakland SealsNHL761735521341120
1970-71California Golden SealsNHL6010203014----------
1970-71Minnesota North StarsNHL1846104113360
1971-72Minnesota North StarsNHL7851419670110
1972-73Minnesota Fighting SaintsWHA771745622063140
1973-74Minnesota Fighting SaintsWHA771738559114488
1974-75Minnesota Fighting SaintsWHA781736536121780
1975-76Minnesota Fighting SaintsWHA595141914----------
1975-76Quebec NordiquesWHA14410142502210
1978-79Oklahoma City StarsCHL232794----------
1979-80Oklahoma City StarsCHL30110----------
1980-81Oklahoma City StarsCHL600012----------
WHA Totals 3056014320351348142218
NHL Totals 6761082453539435710172

Awards & Achievements Edit

Preceded by
Bobby Baun
Oakland Seals/California Golden Seals captains
1968-71
Succeeded by
Carol Vadnais
Preceded by
Claude Provost
Bill Masterton Trophy Winner
1969
Succeeded by
Pit Martin


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