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Ronald James Chipperfield

Selected by California Seals 1st round (#17) in 1974 NHL Amateur Draft

started his junior career with the Dauphin Kings of the MJHL as a fifteen year old. ... nearly won the scoring race, but tied for most goals. ... after a four year run with the Brandon Wheat Kings of the WCHL. ... joined the WHA's Vancouver Blazers. ... spent a year with the Blazers before team relocated to Calgary. ... spent two seasons with the Cowboys, then a three year run with the Edmonton Oilers. ... set WHA record for goals in one playoff game with five. ... his NHL debut was also first game in Edmonton Oilers' NHL history, he served as the Oilers first NHL captain. ... also was Oilers last WHA captain, ... one of only two players in NHL history (with Winnipeg's Lars-Erik Sjoberg) to play first NHL game as a team captain. ... in March of that season he was traded to the Quebec Nordiques, for former junior teammate Ron Low. ... after playing just four contests with the Nordiques in 1980-81, took his skills to Italy. ... that season he scored a league-leading 78 goals and 128 points in just 39 games. ... his final three seasons were spent there playing for HC Bolzano. ... continued to coach and manage in Italty. ...co-authored book called Mastering Inline Hockey with former Edmonton teammate Brett Callighen after his retirement.

Career Statistics

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1969–70 Dauphin Kings MJHL 34 39 40 79 18 na na na na na
1969–70 Dauphin Kings M-Cup - - - - - 6 3 1 4 0

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