Who Wore 9 NHL?

At one time in the late 1950s and early 1960s, five of the six players wearing No. 9 — Maurice Richard, Gordie Howe, Johnny Bucyk, Andy Bathgate and Dick Duff — were future Hall of Fame entrants. Richard retired in 1960, but Bobby Hull switched from No. 16 to No.

Who wore number 9 for the Edmonton Oilers?

Anderson was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2009. He was a Canada Cup champion twice, and had his #9 retired by the Edmonton Oilers in 2009. Anderson was drafted 69th overall in 1979 by Edmonton.

Who wore 9 for the Oilers?

Anderson was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2009. He was a Canada Cup champion twice, and had his #9 retired by the Edmonton Oilers in 2009. Anderson was drafted 69th overall in 1979 by Edmonton.

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Who played for the Oilers?

Seven players (Glenn Anderson, Grant Fuhr, Randy Gregg, Charlie Huddy, Jari Kurri, Kevin Lowe and Mark Messier) were members of all five Cup-winning teams. Eight players from the NHL years have gone on to be elected into the Hockey Hall of Fame, most recently Chris Pronger in June 2015.

Who is number 10 on the Edmonton Oilers?

NO Player DOB (AGE)
97 C. McDavid 1/13/1997 (24)
71 R. McLeod 9/21/1999 (21)
93 R. Nugent-Hopkins 4/12/1993 (28)
10 D. Ryan Oilers’ Derek Ryan: Heads north to Edmonton Derek Ryan Oilers’ Derek Ryan: Heads north to Edmonton 12/29/1986 (34)

Who is number 77 on the Oilers?

# Player Acquired
18 Zach Hyman 2021
44 Zack Kassian 2015
2 Duncan Keith 2021
77 Oscar Klefbom 2011

Who wore number 9 for the Chicago Blackhawks?

The Blackhawks have retired No. 9 in honor of Bobby Hull, so Johnson had to choose a new number. Johnson wore No. 63 during a 14-game stint with the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 2012-13 season.

What is the most retired number in hockey?

Wayne Gretzky’s number 99 has been retired league-wide, although the Edmonton Oilers and Los Angeles Kings separately retired Gretzky’s number.

What is the most retired number in the NHL?

The most-retired number in the NHL, a lot of all-time greats have worn the number 9, so that sets a pretty high bar for jersey retirement. Howe, Rocket, Hull, Kariya, Modano…

Who was the first NHL player to have their number retired?

The first number officially retired by a team in a professional sport was that of ice hockey player Ace Bailey, whose number 6 was retired by the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1934. Some teams have also retired number 12 in honor of their fans, or the “twelfth man”.

What player has won the most Stanley Cups?

Rank Player Seasons
won
1 Henri Richard* 11
2 Jean Béliveau* 10
Yvan Cournoyer* 10

Who has won the most Stanley Cups?

Having lifted the trophy a total of 24 times, the Montreal Canadiens are the team with more Stanley Cup titles than any other franchise.

Why are they called Oilers?

Edmonton Oilers. When Bill Hunter was deciding on a name for his WHA team in 1972, he first called it the Alberta Oilers. Oilers was a nickname for his Junior A team in Edmonton, the Oil Kings; in 1973, Hunter changed the team’s name to the Edmonton Oilers.

Who is number 11 on the Oilers?

Zach Hyman is hanging up the number 11 he wore in Toronto in favour of number 18 — a number worn by 13 players in Oilers history.

Who wore 13 for the Oilers?

1 Ty Conklin, Mike Minard, Joaquin Gage, Wayne Cowley, Ron Tugnutt, Kari Takko, Grant Fuhr, Pete LoPresti, Don Cutts (9)
13 Andrew Cogliano, Todd Harvey, German Titov, Risto Jalo, Ken Linseman (5)

Who is number 92 on the Oilers?

It also doesn’t stop there, Logan Day and Tomas Jurco wore their numbers, 90 and 92 for the first time in franchise history in 2020.

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