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New York Rangers All-Time Roster

Seasons with Rangers: 8 (1977-1983; 1986-1988)
Regular-Season Games with Rangers: 499
Playoff Games with Rangers: 69

Acquired
1. Selected by Rangers in Round 1 of 1977 NHL Amateur Draft (Second Rangers pick, No. 13 overall); 2. Traded to Rangers by Pittsburgh in exchange for Chris Kontos on Jan. 21, 1987.

Departed
1. Traded by Rangers to Detroit with Ed Mio and Eddie Johnstone for Willie Huber, Mark Osborne and Mike Blaisdell on June 13, 1983; 2. Traded by Rangers to Los Angeles in exchange for Mark Hardy on Feb. 22, 1988

Show All Stats
NYR - Career Regular Season Stats
Season Team GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S S%
1977-1978 Rangers 71 20 20 40 -17 43 3 0 1 129 15.5
1978-1979 Rangers 79 27 36 63 10 35 1 2 3 178 15.2
1979-1980 Rangers 73 28 22 50 -6 37 3 3 2 154 18.2
1980-1981 Rangers 50 17 21 38 2 83 5 1 0 103 16.5
1981-1982 Rangers 72 40 36 76 18 82 10 1 3 202 19.8
1982-1983 Rangers 72 19 25 44 -13 58 5 0 2 160 11.9
1986-1987 Rangers 34 9 12 21 -8 9 2 1 0 66 13.6
1987-1988 Rangers 48 4 4 8 -9 23 0 2 0 59 6.8
Team Totals: 499 164 176 340 -23 370 29 10 11 1,051 15.6
NYR - Career Playoff Stats
Season Team GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S S%
1977-1978 Rangers 3 1 1 2 2 1 0 0
1978-1979 Rangers 18 5 4 9 11 0 1 0
1979-1980 Rangers 9 5 2 7 11 2 0 0
1980-1981 Rangers 14 8 9 17 16 0 1 1
1981-1982 Rangers 10 5 1 6 31 1 0 0
1982-1983 Rangers 9 2 2 4 28 0 0 0
1986-1987 Rangers 6 2 0 2 4 1 0 0
Team Totals: 69 28 19 47 103 5 2 1
 Bio/News
RANGERS DEBUT
Oct. 12, 1977 (Rangers vs. Vancouver Canucks)

FINAL GAME WITH RANGERS
Feb. 19, 1988 (Rangers at New Jersey Devils)

MAJOR NHL AWARDS/ACHIEVEMENTS WITH RANGERS
NHL All-Star Game — 1982

INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENTS WHILE WITH RANGERS
1981 Canada Cup

RANGERS RECORDS
Fastest goal from the start of a game: 9 seconds into April 6, 1980, game at Philadelphia (shares record with Jim Wiemer)

RANGERS TEAM LEADER
Most goals — 1981-82
Most playoff points — 1980, 1981
Most playoff goals — 1980, 1981 (tie)
Most playoff assists — 1981
Most playoff penalty minutes — 1982, 1983

RANGERS ORGANIZATION STATISTICS
Minor-league games: 2
Minor-league teams: Colorado 1987-88

MISCELLANEOUS
Nicknames: Doogie, Doogs
Full Name: Ronald Duguay
Uniform Numbers: 10, 44
Retired from pro hockey: 1992

BIOGRAPHY
From the moment he took the ice for his first Rangers game in October 1977, right wing Ron Duguay was a player fans couldn`t help but notice.

Duguay`s striking good looks and flowing brown hair weren`t the only things that made him so popular. Rather, it was his intense and determined style of play, rooted in his love of old-time hockey, that drew most of the cheers at Madison Square Garden.

Selected with the Rangers` second of two first-round picks in the 1977 NHL Amateur Draft, Duguay entered the NHL after a stellar four-year junior career with his hometown Sudbury Wolves. He quickly made an impression at the NHL level, too, scoring 20 goals as a rookie and boosting his total to 27 and 28 in the next two seasons.

After a subpar, injury-plagued season in 1980-81, Duguay was fortunate to be named to Team Canada for the 1981 Canada Cup tournament. That international experience seemed to boost his confidence, and the following year he fired home a career-high 40 goals and made the 1982 NHL All-Star Game.

In addition to his on-ice success, Duguay became a major celebrity in the New York area during the early 1980s. He appeared in television commercials for Sasson jeans and was well known even to New Yorkers who didn`t see themselves as hockey fans. It was hardly a fleeting celebrity, since years after he retired from the NHL, Duguay continued to be recognized whenever he visited the New York area.

Traded to Detroit in 1983, Duguay returned to the Rangers in 1986 for another 82 games with the team. After his retirement, he got into coaching and eventually moved to Jacksonville, Fla., where he helped grow hockey`s popularity as head coach of a local minor-league team.

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