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Paulin Bordeleau

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Height  1.75 m
Playing career  1996
Role  Ice hockey player
Position  Centerman
Name  Paulin Bordeleau
Career start  1973
National team  France
Weight  82 kg

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Born  January 29, 1953 (age 62) Noranda, QC, CAN (1953-01-29)
NHL Draft  19th overall, 1973 Vancouver Canucks
WHA Draft  4th overall, 1973 Toronto Toros
Played for  Fredericton Canadiens, Yetis du Mont-Blanc, Megeve, Quebec Nordiques, Vancouver Canucks, Tulsa Oilers

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Paulin Joseph Bordeleau (born January 29, 1953) is a retired Canadian and French ice hockey forward.

Born in Noranda, Quebec, Bordeleau started his National Hockey League career with the Vancouver Canucks in 1973. He spent his entire NHL career with the Canucks. He left the NHL after the 1976 season and jumped to the World Hockey Association. There, he played for the Quebec Nordiques. He then finished his career in the French Ligue Magnus. He played for France at the 1988 Winter Olympics.

His son Sébastien Bordeleau briefly played in the NHL with his most noteworthy stint being with the Nashville Predators.

Paulin was one of three brothers playing professional hockey in the 1970s with J.P. Bordeleau playing for the Chicago Black Hawks and Christian Bordeleau starring for the Quebec Nordiques of the WHA.

References

Paulin Bordeleau Wikipedia


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