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Steve Ludzik

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Height  5 ft 11 in (180 cm)
Role  Ice hockey coach
Name  Steve Ludzik

Playing career  1981–1993
Shot  Left
Positions  Centerman
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Born  April 3, 1961 (age 54) Etobicoke, ON, CAN (1961-04-03)
Weight  185 lb (84 kg; 13 st 3 lb)
NHL Draft  28th overall, 1980 Chicago Black Hawks
Played for  Chicago Blackhawks, Buffalo Sabres

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Stephen Paul Ludzik (born April 3, 1961 in Etobicoke, Ontario) is a retired former professional ice hockey player and coach who has worked as a television analyst for The Score television network.

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He had a distinguished junior career with the Niagara Falls Flyers of the Ontario Hockey League, amassing 125 goals and 233 assists, for a total of 358 points. This broke the career point total record for the Flyers, which still stands today. He was subsequently named to the Flyers' All-Time Five Man All-Star Team.

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He was drafted 28th overall by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 1980 NHL Entry Draft. After one more year of junior hockey, Ludzik turned pro in 1981-82. He split that season between the Blackhawks and the American Hockey League's New Brunswick Hawks. The next season, he became a Blackhawk regular.

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Ludzik played with the Blackhawks until the 1988-89 season. Except for 11 games with the Buffalo Sabres in 1989-90, he spent the rest of his playing career in the minors. He played in a total of 424 NHL games and scored 46 goals and 93 assists.

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Coaching

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After retiring as player Ludzik turned to coaching, starting in the IHL with the Muskegon Fury and then the Detroit Vipers, where he won the 1996-97 Turner Cup with General Manager Rick Dudley. He then spent two years as head coach of the Tampa Bay Lightning, but was let go after the 2000-01 season. He subsequently went to the OHL as head coach of the Mississauga IceDogs, and then to the AHL, where he ended his coaching career in 2004-05 with the San Antonio Rampage.

Broadcasting and publishing

Since coaching, Ludzik has been a hockey pundit on television, most notably on The Score Television Network. He has also co-authored a book, entitled "Been There, Done That".

Parkinson's disease

Ludzik came public in 2012 that he has been suffering from Parkinson's disease since being diagnosed in 2000.

References

Steve Ludzik Wikipedia


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