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1984 NHL DRAFT PICK
Daryl Reaugh
Selected in second round
No. 42 overall by Edmonton Oilers

Born February 13, 1965
Position: Goaltender
Height: 6-4   Weight: 200
BEFORE THE DRAFT
Last Team: Kamloops (WHL)                             
Birthplace: Prince George, B.C. (Canada)
Hometown: Prince George, British Columbia
PRE-DRAFT STATISTICS
Year TeamLeague GPW-L-T GAASO SV%
1980-81 Prince GeorgeBC AAA ---- ---- --
1981-82 Cowichan ValleyBCJHL ---- ---- --
1982-83 Cowichan ValleyBCJHL 32-- 5.960 --
1983-84 KamloopsWHL 5534-10-0 4.341 .864

PRE-DRAFT AWARDS AND HONORS
B.C. Midget AAA Championship:
1981 (Prince George)
WHL West All-Star Second Team: 1983-84 (Kamloops)
BCJHL MVP: 1982-83 (Cowichan Valley)
Cowichan Valley MVP: 1982-83 (co-winner)
Cowichan Valley Rookie of Year: 1981-82
WHL Playoffs Goals-Against Average Leader: 1984 (Kam.) (3.52)
WHL Playoffs Wins Leader: 1984 (Kamloops) (14 wins)
Miscellaneous: Rated in The Hockey News draft preview issue as the No. 2 goaltender prospect for the 1984 NHL draft. ... WHL rights originally held by New Westminster but was traded to Kamloops prior to 1983-84 season.
NHL CAREER
Debut: March 3, 1985 (Winnipeg at Edmonton)
Numbers:  32, 29 (Edmonton); 31 (Hartford)
Stanley Cup: Never won.  Playing Status: Retired 1993
CAREER NHL STATISTICS
YearsTeams GP W-L-TGAA SOSV%
1985-1991 Edmonton, Hartford27 8-9-13.47 1.885

NHL AWARDS AND HONORS
1984-85:
Played one regular-season game for Edmonton team that went on to win Stanley Cup, but was not with team during playoffs and did not qualify to have name engraved on Cup.
1987-88: Played six regular-season games for Edmonton team that went on to win Stanley Cup, but was not with team during playoffs and did not qualify to have name engraved on Cup.
Broadcasting Career: Named Hartford TV color commentator prior to 1995-96 season and remained in position through 1995-96 season. ... Named Dallas TV color commentator prior to 1996-97 season and remained in that position through 2003-04 season. ... Served as color commentator for ESPN's coverage of 1996, 1997, and 2000 Stanley Cup playoffs. ... Served as color commentator for FOX TV coverage of 1997-98 NHL season and 1998 NHL playoffs. ... Served as studio analyst for ABC TV's coverage of 1999-00 and 2000-01 seasons.
Miscellaneous: Called up to NHL by Edmonton for first time in March 1985 to replace injured Andy Moog. ... Recalled by Edmonton from Nova Scotia (AHL) on Jan. 20, 1987, to replace injured Grant Fuhr, but did not see any action despite dressing for five games before being sent down again on Jan. 31, 1987. ... Invited to Hartford training camp in September 1989 and earned a contract with organization. ... Was classified as an NHL rookie in 1990-91 at age 25 because he had played a total of only seven games in two previous seasons. ... Missed remainder of 1990-91 season with torn semi-tendinosis muscle (hamstring) in back of right knee, an injury suffered during Hartford's Feb. 26, 1991, game at Winnipeg. It was the last game of his NHL career, and Reaugh played only five professional games over the next two seasons before retiring due to the injury. ... Began writing weekly column for Dallas Stars' web site in October 2003.
NON-NHL CAREER
Post-Draft Teams: Kamloops (WHL); Nova Scotia (AHL); Milwaukee (IHL); Cape Breton (AHL); Oulu (Finland); Binghamton (AHL); Springfield, Hershey (AHL); Dayton (ECHL)
NON-NHL AWARDS AND HONORS
WHL West All-Star First Team:
1984-85 (Kamloops)
WHL Wins Leader: 1984-85 (Kamloops) (36 wins)
WHL Playoffs Goalie Games Played Leader: 1985 (Kamloops) (14)
WHL Playoffs Minutes Leader: 1985 (Kamloops) (787 minutes)
1990-91: Played 16 regular-season games for Springfield team that went on to win AHL playoff title, but was not with team in postseason.
Coaching Career: Named Dayton (ECHL) goaltending coach prior to 1993-94 season and remained in position through 1993-94 season.
Broadcasting Career: Served as analyst on AHL weekly highlight show called Rinkside while out with injury during the 1990-91 season. ... Named Dayton (ECHL) radio color commentator prior to 1993-94 season and remained in that position through 1993-94 season. ... Named Detroit (IHL) radio color commentator prior to 1994-95 season and remained in that position through 1994-95 season.
Miscellaneous: Attended Northeast Broadcasting School in Boston after retiring from hockey after 1992-93 season. ... Played four games for Dayton (ECHL) while serving as team's goaltending coach and radio color commentator during 1993-94 season. ... Performed color commentary for the EA Sports video games NHL 98 and NHL 99.
Personal: Nicknamed "Razor." ... Full name is Daryl K. Reaugh.
HOW HE GOT AWAY
FREE AGENCY: Reaugh played out his contract with the Edmonton organization in 1988-89 and became an unrestricted free agent. He signed with Hartford in September 1989.

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SNAPSHOT '84
Total Selected: 250
Forwards: 142
Defense: 88
Goaltenders: 20
Major Junior: 110
Tier II/Jr. B: 16/9
College Players: 23
High School: 47
Midget: 4
U.S. Junior B: 1
Canadian: 145
Euro-Canadian: 2
USA Citizens: 62
U.S.-Born: 63
European: 41
Reached NHL: 102
Stanley Cup: 20
Hall of Fame: 1
All-Star Game: 18
Year-end All-Star: 7
Olympians: 31
 
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