Left-winger Guy Delparte played 48 games for the Colorado Rockies in 1977-78. He was a scrappy competitor who could score and check in a solid career that was spent mostly in the EHL and AHL.
Born in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Delparte was chosen 63rd overall by the Montreal Canadiens in 1969 after splitting the year with the St. Catharines Black Hawks and London Knights of the OHA. Delparte spent his first three pro seasons with the EHL's Johnstown Jets and topped the 20-goal mark twice. He then competed for the AHL's Nova Scotia Voyageurs but was unable to crack the Habs' potent roster.
Delparte was signed as a free agent by the Rockies just prior to the 1976-77. He was a decent role player on a line with Denis Dupere and Chuck Arnason. Unable to keep his NHL place, the veteran forward spent four years in the AHL with the Maine Mariners and Springfield Indians before retiring in 1981. The highlight of this stage in his career was scoring three goals in the 1978 playoffs when the Mariners won the Calder Cup.