Joe Mullen joe mullen. Right Wing, Shoots Right, 5' 9", 180 lbs. Born New York, New York February 26, 1957. joe mullen did not exactly grow up in a hockey hotbed. is not known for producing ice hockey stars, but joe mullen, along with brother Brian, beat the the National hockey League. When joe mullen retired from hockey after the 1996 http://www.hockeysandwich.com/jmullen.html
Extractions: Right Wing, Shoots Right, 5' 9", 180 lbs. Born: New York, New York - February 26, 1957. Joe Mullen - Career Statistics Regular Season Postseason Year Team League Games Goals Assists Points PIMs Games Goals Assists Points PIMs New York 14th Precinct NYMJHL New York Westsiders NYMJHL New York Westsiders NYMJHL New York Westsiders NYMJHL Boston College ECAC Boston College ECAC Boston College ECAC Boston College ECAC United States WEC-A Salt Lake Golden Eagles CHL St. Louis Blues NHL Salt Lake Golden Eagles CHL St. Louis Blues NHL Salt Lake Golden Eagles CHL St. Louis Blues NHL St. Louis Blues NHL United States Canada Cup St. Louis Blues NHL St. Louis Blues NHL Calgary Flames NHL Calgary Flames NHL United States Canada Cup Calgary Flames NHL Calgary Flames NHL Calgary Flames NHL Pittsburgh Penguins NHL United States Canada Cup Pittsburgh Penguins NHL Pittsburgh Penguins NHL Pittsburgh Penguins NHL Pittsburgh Penguins NHL Boston Bruins NHL Pittsburgh Penguins NHL NHL TOTALS Joe Mullen: Career Achievements Inducted into Hockey's Hall of Fame (2000) Won 3 Stanley Cup Championships ECAC First-Team All-Star (1978, 1979)
Joy Of Hockey/Joe Mullen Dedicated to the fans of joe mullen and the NHL. joe scored 502 goals and 561 during his 17 years in the NHL. American Team (1978, 1979) joe's brother Brian also played in the Joy of hockey http://www.joyofhockey.com/xRet1JoeMullen.html
Extractions: Other Statistics Year Team League GP G A Pts P.I.M. New York 14th Precinct NYJHL New York Westsiders NYJHL New York Westsiders NYJHL New York Westsiders NYJHL Boston College ECAC Boston College ECAC Boston College ECAC Boston College ECAC United States WEC-A Salt Lake CHL Salt Lake CHL Salt Lake CHL United States Canada Cup United States Canada Cup United States Canada Cup Retired United States WC-Q Signed as a free agent by St. Louis, August 16,1979. Traded To Calgary by St. Louis with Terry Johnson and Rik Wilson for Eddy Beers, Charles Bourgeois and Gino Cavallini, February 1, 1986. Traded to Pittsburgh by Calgary for Pittsburgh's 2nd round pick (Nicolas Perreault) in 1990 Entry Draft, June 16, 1990. Signed as a free agent by Boston, September 13, 1995. Signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh, September 5, 1996.
Joe Mullen joe mullen. St. Louis Blues 19801986. Calgary Flames 1986-1990. Pittsburgh Penguins 1990-1995 1996-1997. Boston Bruins 1995-1996. Wing. Born February 26, 1957 He was also inducted into the hockey Hall of Fame in 2000. http://www.ushockeyhall.com/Enshrinees/Joe Mullen.htm
Extractions: Boston Bruins 1995-1996 Wing Born: February 26, 1957 At the time of his retirement in 1997, Joe Mullen had scored more goals (502) and points (1,063) than any American-born player in NHL history. He earned three Stanley Cups, two Lady Byng Trophies, a Lester Patrick Award and a First Team All-Star berth in his career. He was also inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000. Mullen is a native of New York City and grew up playing roller hockey in the "Hell's Kitchen" section of Manhattan. After playing four years of junior hockey, he went on to play collegiately at Boston College, where he became an All-American in both 1978 and 1979. As a junior, in 1978, he even led the Eagles to the NCAA championship game against rival Boston University. Following college, Mullen was recruited to be a member of the fabled 1980 U.S. Olympic "Miracle on Ice" team that won the gold medal at Lake Placid. However, because his father was ill at the time, he opted to instead turn pro and use the new income to help out his family. In August of 1979 he signed with the Blues. He was sent down to the CHL for two seasons though, where he proceeded to win both the Rookie of the Year and league MVP awards, respectively. From there he made the jump to the NHL, where, over the next 15 years he would play with the Blues, Flames, Penguins and Bruins. The speedy and tough goal-scorer was a big fan-favorite wherever he played, and his never-say-die attitude made him a winner both on the ice and off.
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Extractions: * Flame Record Trophies - Awards Lady Byng JOE MULLEN Emery Edge: JOE MULLEN Molson Cup: JOE MULLEN NHL All-Star: JOE MULLEN 1st - RW AL MacINNIS 2nd - D MICHAEL VERNON 2nd - G Playoffs Most Points: AL MacINNIS 31 Most Goals: JOE MULLEN 16 Most Assists: AL MacINNIS 24 Most Penalty Minutes: JIM PEPLINSKI 75 Most Wins Goalie: MICHAEL VERNON 16 Trophies - Awards Conn Smythe Trophy: Al MacINNIS Regular Season PLAYER GP G A PTS PIM Joe Mullen Hakan Loob Doug Gilmour Joe Niewendyk Al MacInnis Gary Suter Jiri Hrdina Joel Otto Brian MacLellan MIN CGY Totals Gary Roberts Colin Patterson Jim Peplinski Theoren Fleury Mark Hunter Jamie Macoun Brad McCrimmon Dana Murzyn Lanny McDonald Rob Ramage Tim Hunter Ric Natress Perry Berezan Michael Vernon Rick Lessard Ken Sabourin Brian Glynn Rick Wamsley Rich Chernomaz
Joe Mullen joe mullen Filmography, Awards, Biography, Agent, Discussions, Photos, News Articles, Fan Sites Inducted into the hockey Hall of Fame in 2000. ( show more) joe mullen Discuss this person with other users on IMDb message board for joe mullen http://us.imdb.com/Name?Mullen, Joe
Hang Him High...Slippery Rock Joe I am not alone as a fan of Slippery Rock joe. the Pens/Rangers game March 19 and mentioned mullen to Tom will most likely be inducted into the hockey Hall Of http://www.angelfire.com/oh2/joemullen/
Extractions: Attention all Fans: First of all, It's great to finally see that I am not alone as a fan of Slippery Rock Joe. I had three reasons for setting up this site, and we have now accomplished two of those goals. I attended the Pens/Rangers game March 19 and mentioned Mullen to Tom Rooney (Penguins COO) in an interview during the first intermission. We both agreed and are pretty confident that Joey will most likely be inducted into the Hockey Hall Of Fame this year. This will be great. The step will more than likely lead to the retiring of his jersey. (Note: The retiring portion did not come from Rooney). Tom Condon sent me an e-mail with a write up on Joey. I decided to share it with you.
Joey Mullen joe mullen was named to the United States hockey Hall of Fame in September of 1998 and hockey s Hall of Fame will soon be calling as well. Hang it High! http://www.angelfire.com/oh2/joemullen/condon.html
Extractions: var cm_role = "live" var cm_host = "angelfire.lycos.com" var cm_taxid = "/memberembedded" Joey Mullen The most prolific scoring American-born player in NHL history received little fanfare when he played in his final NHL game. But that type of exit seemed to symbolize the career of Joe Mullen. Mullen, an ultimate team player who neversought the individual spotlight, retired the same night as Mario Lemieux. Who would have ever guessed that a kid from New York's tough Hell's Kitchen neighborhood would ever make the National Hockey League! He and his brother Brian (who also enjoyed a lengthy NHL career) used to have to carry axes in their equipment bags as a form of self protection. Mullen's 16-year NHL career was spent with the St. Louis Blues, Calgary Flames, Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins. Although never flashy, he was a consistent goal scoring threat and a great team player. A gentleman on the ice, he was awarded the Lady Byng Trophy on two occasions. But he will always be remembered as the first U.S.-born player to score 500 career goals and the first American to record 1,000 career points. Mullen's hockey career began at Boston College where he recorded 212 points in 111 games for the Eagles. He then played three years with Salt Lake of the CHL where he was named the league's top rookie during the 1979-80 season. The following year, he led the CHL in scoring with 117 points and was named the league MVP.
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Extractions: Winnipeg's 7th pick in the 1980 Entry Draft (128th Overall). Traded to New York Rangers by Winnipeg's 10th round pick (Brett Barnett) in 1987 Entry Draft for Detroit's 5th round pick (previously acquired, Winnipeg selected Benoit Lebeau) in 1988 Entry Draft and New York Rangers' 3rd round pick (later Traded to St. Louis-St. Louis selected Denny Felsner) in 1989 Entry Draft, June 8, 1987. Traded to San Jose by New York Rangers for Tim Kerr, May 30, 1991. Traded to New York Islanders by San Jose for the rights to Marcus Thuresson, August 24, 1992. Retired after suffering a stroke during training camp, August 8, 1983.
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Joe Mullen's Career Hockey Statistics At Hockeydb.com Click Here. joe mullen, Forward Born Feb 26 1957 New York, NY Height 5.10 Weight 182, Regular Season, Playoffs. Season, Team, Lge, GP, G, A, Pts, PIM, GP, G, A, Pts, PIM. http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/players/data08/00003838.html
Extractions: Regular Season Playoffs Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM Boston College NCAA Statistics Unavailable Boston College NCAA Boston College NCAA Statistics Unavailable Salt-Lake Golden Eagles CHL St.-Louis Blues NHL Salt-Lake Golden Eagles CHL Salt-Lake Golden Eagles CHL St.-Louis Blues NHL St.-Louis Blues NHL St.-Louis Blues NHL St.-Louis Blues NHL St.-Louis Blues NHL Calgary Flames NHL Calgary Flames NHL Calgary Flames NHL Calgary Flames NHL Calgary Flames NHL Pittsburgh Penguins NHL Pittsburgh Penguins NHL Pittsburgh Penguins NHL Pittsburgh Penguins NHL Pittsburgh Penguins NHL Boston Bruins NHL Pittsburgh Penguins NHL NHL Totals Coaching [notes] Season Team Lge Type GP W L T OTL Pct Pittsburgh Penguins NHL Assistant Coach Pittsburgh Penguins NHL Assistant Coach Pittsburgh Penguins NHL Assistant Coach Use these stats! View as text Awards Ken McKenzie Trophy Tommy Ivan Trophy Phil Esposito Trophy Lady Byng Memorial Trophy ... Lady Byng Memorial Trophy If you have any comments or notice any mistakes with the statistics returned, please e-mail me . For information on completeness of statistics please click here!
The Internet Hockey Database 1984, Mike Bossy. 1985, Jari Kurri. 1986, Mike Bossy. 1987, joe mullen. 1988, Mats Naslund. 1989, joe mullen. 1990, Brett Hull. 1991, Wayne Gretzky. 1992, Wayne Gretzky. http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/awards/awarddetail.php3?award_id=6
Extractions: WHAT I REMEMBER MOST about Game 6 of the 1991 Stanley Cup Finals is going back into our locker room with a 6-0 lead after the first two periods. We were leading the Minnesota North Stars 3-2 in the series and we just had to hold on to our substantial lead to win the Cup. That third period just dragged on so much; we thought it was never going to end. We were all watching the clock. We pretty much figured we had the game won, so we were just watching every second tick away. The anticipation was killing us. Back a few months earlier, who would have thought we would have been a period away from winning the Cup? It wasn't that we had a bad team, but we started off poorly that season.
Calgary Flames Hockey - NHL Regular Season. Most Points joe mullen 87. Most Goals joe mullen 47. Most Assists Al MacINNIS 56. Most Penalty Minutes TIM HUNTER 361 *. Most Wins Goalie http://www.calgaryflames.com/history/yearbyyear/86_87.html
Extractions: Regular Season Most Points: JOE MULLEN 87 Most Goals: JOE MULLEN 47 Most Assists: Al MacINNIS 56 Most Penalty Minutes: TIM HUNTER 361 * Most Wins Goalie: MICHAEL VERNON 30 Trophies - Awards Lady Byng Molson Cup: JOE MULLEN Playoffs Most Points: MIKE BULLARD 6 Most Goals: MIKE BULLARD 4 Most Assists: GARY SUTER 3 Most Penalty Minutes: TIM HUNTER 51 Most Wins Goalie: MICHAEL VERNON 2 Overtime Goal: MIKE BULLARD 1 Regular Season PLAYER GP G A PTS PIM Joe Mullen Al MacInnis Paul Reinhart Mike Bullard PIT CGY Totals Carey Wilson John Tonelli Joel Otto Jim Peplinski Gary Suter Hakan Loob Jamie Macoun Steve Bozek Brian Bradley Lanny McDonald Colin Patterson Tim Hunter Gary Roberts Dale DeGray Neil Sheehy Dan Quinn Perry Berezan Nick Fotiu Kari Eloranta Joe Nieuwendyk Doug Risebrough Kevan Guy Brian Engblom Paul Baxter Michael Vernon Brett Hull Doug Dadswell Rejean Lemelin TOTALS GOALTENDERS GP MP GA GAA W L T Rejean Lemelin Michael Vernon Doug Dadswell TOTALS ENG: Lemelin (4), Vernon (2), Dadswel SO: Lemelin (2), Vernon
Extractions: February 2000 UP Close Pittsburgh Penguin Joe Mullen By PSR Joe Mullen played five seasons with the Pittsburgh Penguins and captured two Stanley Cups. Mullen scored 30 or more goals in three consecutive seasons as a Pen, netting 42 in 1991-92. Mullen was known as a hard-working sniper who paid as much attention to his defensive assignments as he did to scoring goals. Raised in the tough streets on New York's Hell's Kitchen, Joe and his brother Brian took what they learned playing street hockey and parlayed it into successful NHL careers. In March, 1997, Mullen scored career goal No. 500 of his career, becoming the first American-born player to do so, and along with Jari Kurri, only the second non-Canadian player to score 500 goals in the NHL. Joe retired as the leading American-born scorer in the history of the NHL, and now is working in the front office for the Pens. PSR Associate Editor Tony DeFazio sat down with Mullen after a recent Pens' practice at Iceoplex to discuss the 20th anniversary of the Miracle on Ice in Lake Placid, N.Y., at the 1980 Olympics, the state of U.S. amateur hockey and Mullen's own contributions to the sport. PSR: How did a little guy from Hell's Kitchen become one of the top hockey players in American history? How did you start playing ice hockey?
A To Z Encyclopaedia Of Ice Hockey - Mu mullen, joe (1957 ) Born in New York, New York, USA. Team colours Head coach Sean Simpson Muncie Flyers Played in the International hockey League 1948-49. http://www.azhockey.com/Mu.htm
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