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Billy Harris

Canadian, born June 29, 1952, in Toronto, Ontario

Draft Year 1972 Draft Round: 1 Position:RW
         
Selected by: N.Y. Islanders Overall Pick: 1 Age:20

Drafted off roster of Toronto Marlboros (OHA)
Named to OHA All-Star Second Team with Toronto in 1970-71. ... Served as Toronto captain in 1971-72. ... Shared Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy as OHA's leading scorer with 129 points for Toronto in 1971-72.  • FULL PROFILE

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