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|1984 NHL DRAFT PICK|
No. 30 overall by Winnipeg Jets
February 19, 1966
Center / Right Wing|
Height: 6-1 Weight: 175
|BEFORE THE DRAFT|
New Hampshire (ECAC)
Toronto, Ontario (Canada)
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario
PRE-DRAFT AWARDS AND HONORS
Miscellaneous: Ranked by NHL Central Scouting Bureau as No. 70 overall
prospect for the 1984 NHL draft. ... Was Don Mills' first-round choice, No.
1 overall, in 1982 Ontario midget draft. ... Enrolled at the University of
New Hampshire on a hockey scholarship at age 17.
| Debut: January 22, 1986 (Winnipeg at
Numbers: 12 (Winnipeg); 16 (Boston); 16 (Anaheim);
Stanley Cup: Never won.
|CAREER NHL STATISTICS|
||WIN, BOS, ANA, DAL||321
|CAREER NHL PLAYOFF STATISTICS|
AWARDS AND HONORS
Stanley Cup Finals (Lost): 1990 (Boston)
1993-94: Played on first Mighty Ducks of Anaheim team.
Miscellaneous: Left Team Canada to sign first NHL contract with Winnipeg
on Jan. 18, 1986. ... Began playing right wing on full-time basis in
1985-86 after having spent most of career at center. ... Played on line with Jim Nill and Ron Wilson for
Winnipeg in 1985-86. ... Played 11 games as rookie for Winnipeg in 1985-86
without recording a shot on goal. ... Traded by Winnipeg to St. Louis in September 1988,
but never played for parent team. ... Signed with Boston as an unrestricted
free agent on July 7, 1989. ... Scored goal in first game with Boston,
vs. Pittsburgh in the 1989-90 season-opener on Oct. 5, 1989. ... Missed part
of 1991-92 season with strained hip flexor, an injury suffered during
Boston's Nov. 5, 1991, game at Pittsburgh. He did not return to action until
he was assigned by the Bruins to Maine (AHL) on Nov. 15, 1991. ... Signed with Anaheim as an unrestricted free
agent on July 22, 1993. ... Played left wing for Anaheim in 1993-94. ...
Missed start of 1993-94 season with sprained ligament in left knee, an injury suffered
during Anaheim's Sept. 16, 1993, preseason practice. He did not make his
1993-94 NHL debut until Anaheim's Oct. 25, 1993, game at Ottawa. ... Missed
part of 1995-96 season with pulled groin, an injury suffered during
Anaheim's Dec. 1, 1995, game at Detroit. He did not return to action until
Anaheim's Dec. 13, 1995, game vs. Pittsburgh. ... Missed remainder of
1995-96 season with re-aggravation of groin injury, suffered during
Anaheim's Dec. 27, 1995, game vs. Detroit. ... Signed one-year contract with Dallas as a Group III unrestricted
free agent on July 16, 1997.
New Hampshire (HE); Team Canada; Sherbrooke (AHL); Moncton (AHL); Peoria (IHL);
Maine (AHL); Providence (AHL); Milwaukee (IHL); Michigan (IHL); Landshut,
World Junior Championships: 1986 (silver
AWARDS AND HONORS
Germany Championship: 2000 (Munich)
AHL Playoffs Points Leader: 1987 (Sherbrooke) (22 points)
Playoffs Assists Leader: 1987 (Sherbrooke) (15 assists)
1986-87: Played on AHL regular-season champion (Sherbrooke).
Miscellaneous: Left University of
New Hampshire after his sophomore year to join Team Canada. He had
originally planned to remain in the Canadian program through the 1988
Olympics, but decided in the middle of his first season with the team that
he did not want to have to wait for two years before entering the NHL. ...
Missed part of 1990-91 season with ankle injury, suffered while playing for
Maine (AHL) in December 1990. ... Played for Team Canada in 2001 Sweden
Hockey Games at Stockholm. ... Played on line with Derek Plante and Derek
King for Munich in 2001-02.
Full name is Peter W. Douris.
|HOW HE GOT AWAY|
Winnipeg traded Douris to St. Louis in exchange for Kent Carlson, 1989
12th-round pick (Sergei Kharin) and 1990 fourth-round pick (Scott Levins) on
September 29, 1988.||
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