Left-winger Larry Fullan made it into four NHL games with the expansion Washington Capitals in 1974-75. He created plenty of offense in college and the minors but was unable to land extensive ice time in the big leagues.
The Toronto native was a junior B star with the local St. Michael's Buzzers. He attended Colgate University in 1968-69 but did not see any game action as a freshman on the varsity hockey team. He then transferred to Cornell and was an explosive scorer for two years. He scored 63 points in 29 games in 1971-72 and was named to the ECAC first all-star team and an NCAA East first all-American.
Fullan was signed by the Montreal Canadiens in June 1972 and played two years with the Nova Scotia Voyageurs of the AHL. In 1973-74 he scored 37 goals for the Vees but was left unprotected in the Expansion Draft. Fullan was claimed by the Washington Capitals and scored a goal in four contests during the club's difficult first season. He enjoyed two solid years with the AHL's Richmond Robins before hanging up his skates for good in 1976.