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Joe Noris

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Role  Ice hockey player
Career end  1979
Name  Joe Noris
Career start  1971

Playing career  1971–1979
Weight  84 kg
National team  United States
Height  1.83 m
Position  Centerman

Born  October 26, 1951 (age 64) Denver, CO, USA (1951-10-26)
NHL Draft  32nd overall, 1971 Pittsburgh Penguins
Played for  Pittsburgh Penguins, St. Louis Blues, Buffalo Sabres, San Diego Mariners, Birmingham Bulls

Joseph S. Noris (born October 26, 1951) is an American former professional ice hockey center.


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Playing career

Drafted in the third round, 32nd overall, by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 1971 NHL Amateur Draft, Noris played 55 regular season games in the National Hockey League with the Penguins, St. Louis Blues, and Buffalo Sabres in 1971–74. He also played in the World Hockey Association with the San Diego Mariners and the Birmingham Bulls, skating in 198 WHA games, scoring 72 goals and adding 116 assists from 1975–1978.

Noris was selected to the 1977 WHA All-Star Game as the Mariners representative and also played for the United States at the inaugural 1976 Canada Cup tournament.

Noris was the first played who grew up in Colorado to make it to the NHL. He would be the only Colorado native to suit up until Parris Duffus played a single game in 1997.

Personal life

Noris currently owns and runs Skate San Diego, a roller hockey rink in Santee, California.


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