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Ted Hampson

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Height  1.73 m
Position  Centerman
Role  Ice hockey centre
Career end  1976
Name  Ted Hampson
Career start  1959
Playing career  1959–1976
Weight  75 kg

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Born  December 11, 1936 (age 79) Togo, SK, CAN (1936-12-11)
Played for  Quebec Nordiques (WHA) Minnesota Fighting Saints Minnesota North Stars California Golden Seals Oakland Seals Detroit Red Wings New York Rangers Toronto Maple Leafs
Awards  Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

Edward George "Tick" Hampson (born December 11, 1936) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey centre, who played in the National Hockey League and World Hockey Association during the 1960s and 70s. Ted is the father of Gord Hampson.


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Ted Hampson was awarded the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy in 1969 while playing for the Oakland Seals. He retired from the National Hockey League (NHL) following the 1971–72 season, and went on to play five seasons in the World Hockey Association (WHA). The WHA awarded him the Paul Deneau Trophy (Most Gentlemanly Player) in 1973 as a member of the Minnesota Fighting Saints. Hampson recorded 108 goals, 245 assists, 353 points, and a mere 94 penalty minutes in 676 NHL games. In 305 WHA appearances Hampson tallied 60 goals, 143 assists, 203 points, and 51 penalty minutes.

Hampson was the general manager and player-coach for the Oklahoma City Stars of the Central Hockey League from 1978 to 1981; at the age of 45 in his final stint, one of the oldest men ever to play professional hockey. He is currently employed by the Vancouver Canucks as chief scout.

Awards and achievements

  • SJHL First All-Star Team (1957)
  • SJHL Championship (1957)
  • Memorial Cup Championship (1957)
  • Bill Masterton Trophy Winner (1969)
  • Paul Deneau Trophy Winner (1973)
  • Played in NHL All-Star Game (1969)
  • "Honoured Member” of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame
  • References

    Ted Hampson Wikipedia

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