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New York Rangers All-Time Roster

Seasons with Rangers: 4 (1987-1991)
Regular-Season Games with Rangers: 307
Playoff Games with Rangers: 19

Acquired
Traded to Rangers by Winnipeg with 1987 10th-round draft pick (Brett Barnett) for 1988 fifth-round pick (Benoit Lebeau) and 1989 third-round pick (later traded) on June 8, 1987.

Departed
Traded by Rangers to San Jose with future considerations in exchange for Tim Kerr on May 30, 1991.

Show All Stats
NYR - Career Regular Season Stats
Season Team GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S S%
1987-1988 Rangers 74 25 29 54 -2 42 10 0 4 147 17.0
1988-1989 Rangers 78 29 35 64 7 60 8 3 5 217 13.4
1989-1990 Rangers 76 27 41 68 7 42 7 3 3 186 14.5
1990-1991 Rangers 79 19 43 62 12 44 4 0 3 188 10.1
Team Totals: 307 100 148 248 24 188 29 6 15 738 13.6
NYR - Career Playoff Stats
Season Team GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S S%
1988-1989 Rangers 3 0 1 1 2 4 0 0 0 4 0.0
1989-1990 Rangers 10 2 2 4 2 8 2 0 0 27 7.4
1990-1991 Rangers 6 0 2 2 -1 0 0 0 0 9 0.0
Team Totals: 19 2 5 7 3 12 2 0 0 40 5.0
 Bio/News
RANGERS DEBUT
Oct. 8, 1987 (Rangers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins)

FINAL GAME WITH RANGERS
April 11, 1991 (Rangers vs. Washington Capitals) (playoffs)

MAJOR NHL AWARDS/ACHIEVEMENTS WITH RANGERS
NHL All-Star Game — 1989

RANGERS TEAM AWARDS
Boucher Trophy (Most Popular) — 1989-90

INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENTS WHILE IN RANGERS ORGANIZATION
1989 World Championships in Sweden

RANGERS ORGANIZATION STATISTICS
Minor-league games: 0
Minor-league teams: None

MISCELLANEOUS
Full name: Brian Patrick Mullen
Uniform Numbers: 19
Retired from NHL: 1995

BIOGRAPHY
Brian Mullen`s connection to the New York Rangers was much deeper than the four years he spent as a player.

Mullen had grown up in Manhattan, a stone`s throw from Madison Square Garden, where his father worked in the building operations department. As a result, a teenage Mullen worked as the visiting team`s stick boy from 1977 to 1979.

It wasn`t until the 1987-88 season, however, that Mullen came home to the Rangers as a player. Thanks to a June 6, 1987, trade with Winnipeg, Mullen he became the second native New Yorker after Nick Fotiu to play for the Rangers. In that homecoming season, he posted 25 goals and 29 assists for 54 points and 42 penalty minutes in 74 games, while skating on a line with Kelly Kisio and John Ogrodnick.

Mullen made his only NHL All-Star appearance in the 1988-89 season, and joined his brother, Hall of Famer Joey Mullen, as part of the first American born brother combination to play in the same NHL All-Star Game. He finished the year with 29 goals and 35 assists for 64 points and 60 penalty minutes in 78 games.

"Mully" appeared for two more seasons on Broadway, and over the course of his four-year stint, he captured numerous awards and honors. Most notably, he was awarded the N.Y. PHWA Mitchell Award for Outstanding Service to New York Hockey after the 1988-89 season, and in 1989-90, won the Boucher Trophy as the most popular Ranger.

The Rangers traded Mullen to San Jose on May 30, 1991 as part of the first ever trade in Sharks history. He would go on to skate for two more years before a mild stroke suffered in 1993 prematurely ended his career.

Following his retirement, Mullen returned to Madison Square Garden for a two-season stint as part of the Rangers` radio broadcast team.

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