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Michel Belhumeur

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Height  1.78 m
Position  Goaltender
Role  Ice hockey player
Career end  1979
Name  Michel Belhumeur
Career start  1969
Playing career  1969–1979
Weight  68 kg

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Born  September 2, 1949 (age 66) Sorel, QC, CAN (1949-09-02)
NHL Draft  40th overall, 1969 Philadelphia Flyers
Played for  Philadelphia Flyers, Washington Capitals

Michel Raymond Joseph Belhumeur (born September 2, 1949) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender who played for the Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals.

Playing career

Drafted by the Flyers in 1969, Belhumeur spent most of his time in the minors, but managed to win nine games for Philadelphia before they exposed him to the 1974 NHL Expansion Draft, where he was claimed by the Capitals. Belhumeur played two seasons with the Capitals, and did not win a single game (zero wins, 29 losses, and 4 ties). He played three more years in the minors before retiring in 1979. Belhumeur has the distinction of most games played in one season (35 games in the 1974-75 NHL season with the Capitals) without a win. In 35 games, he won zero games, lost 24, and tied 3.

References

Michel Belhumeur Wikipedia


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