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|1980 NHL DRAFT PICK|
No. 117 overall by St. Louis Blues
Height: 6-0 Weight: 195
|BEFORE THE DRAFT|
Barrie, Ontario (Canada)
Hometown: Barrie, Ontario
PRE-DRAFT AWARDS AND HONORS
Miscellaneous: Was Kingston's fifth pick in 1978 OMJHL midget draft. ...
An outstanding baseball player during his junior career, he was invited to try
out for the Toronto Blue Jays when he was 16.
| Debut: March 26, 1982 (St. Louis at
Numbers: 12 (St. Louis); 11, 25, 27
(New Jersey); 27 (San Jose)
Stanley Cup: Never won.
Playing Status: Retired 1993
|CAREER NHL STATISTICS|
||St. Louis, N.J., San Jose||
|CAREER NHL PLAYOFF STATISTICS|
||St. Louis, New Jersey||36
AWARDS AND HONORS
New Jersey Records: Most penalty minutes in one playoff year (113 in
1988), most penalty minutes in one playoff series (48 vs. N.Y. Islanders in
New Jersey Playoffs Penalty-Minutes Leader: 1988 (113)
1991-92: Played on first San Jose Sharks team.
Miscellaneous: Had goal and two assists in his second NHL game, at Chicago
on March 28, 1982. ... Missed part of 1983-84 season with slight fracture at
base of fifth metatarsal bone on right foot, an injury suffered in March 1984.
... Missed part of 1984-85 season with laceration of right hand, an injury
suffered during St. Louis' Nov. 27, 1984, game at Vancouver. ... Missed start
of 1985-86 season with separated right shoulder, an injury suffered during New
Jersey's Sept. 29, 1985, preseason game vs. Hartford in Troy, N.Y. ... Missed
parts of 1985-86 season with bruised right shoulder, suffered during
New Jersey's Oct. 23, 1985, game at N.Y. Rangers, with bruised left knee, suffered during New Jersey's Dec. 17, 1985, game vs. Philadelphia, and
with strained abdominal muscle, suffered during New Jersey's Jan.
13, 1986, game at Chicago. ... Missed part of 1987-88 season with bruised
right knee, suffered in collision with Randy Wood during New
Jersey's Jan. 16, 1988, game at N.Y. Islanders. ... Suspended one game by NHL
(automatic suspension) in 1987-88 season for receiving third game
misconduct of season. He sat out New Jersey's March 27, 1988, game vs. N.Y.
Rangers. ... Missed parts of 1988-89 season with strained rotator cuff in let
shoulder, an injury suffered during New Jersey's Oct. 15, 1988, game at
Washington, with sprained right knee, an injury suffered during New Jersey's
Jan. 17, 1989, game at Quebec, and with separated left shoulder, an injury
suffered during New Jersey's March 11, 1989, game vs. N.Y. Islanders. ...
Missed start of New Jersey's 1990 training camp while recovering from left
knee surgery performed in August 1990. ... Missed part of 1991-92 season with
jaw injury, suffered during San Jose's Nov. 30, 1991, game at Calgary.
|Post-Draft Teams: Kingston, Brantford (OMJHL);
Salt Lake (CHL); Montana (CHL); Maine (AHL); Utica (AHL); San Diego, Salt Lake
AWARDS AND HONORS
CHL All-Star Second Team: 1981-82 (Salt Lake)
CHL All-Star Game:
1982, 1983 (Salt Lake)
Salt Lake Rookie of Year: 1981-82
Salt Lake Most Popular Player:
Utica Unsung Hero: 1989-90, 1990-91
1981-82: Played on CHL regular-season champion (Salt Lake).
1992-93: Played on IHL regular-season champion (San Diego).
Miscellaneous: Traded by Kingston (OMJHL)
with Ken Knight to Brantford for Chuck Brimmer in January 1981.
... Joined Salt Lake for 1981 CHL playoffs after his final junior season, but
did not appear in any games. ... Signed with San Diego (IHL) as unrestricted
free agent on Sept. 1, 1992. ... Played on St. Louis' off-season charity
softball team. ... Helped form San Jose Sharks Alumni Association in 2002.
Personal: Full name is Perry Lynn
|HOW HE GOT AWAY|
|TRADE: St. Louis traded Anderson to New
Jersey for Rick Meagher and 1986 12th-round pick (Bill Butler) on August 29,
|Tier II Junior:
|Won Stanley Cup:
|Hall of Fame: