Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Mike Lampman
Left-winger Mike Lampman played parts of four seasons with three different clubs in the 70s. He was a decent offensive producer in college and the minors but was strictly a role player in the NHL.

Born in Lakewood, California, Lampman played four years at the University of Denver and was taken 111th overall by the St. Louis Blues in 1970. He played 18 games as an NHL rookie in 1972-73 but spent most of his time with the WHL's Denver Spurs where he scored 34 goals and was a second team all-star.

Part way through the 1973-74 season Lampman was traded to the Vancouver Canucks for John Wright. He only played 14 games for his new team then joined the Washington Capitals in June 1974 after he was picked in the Expansion Draft. Lampman was a decent checker on the woeful Caps and also toiled for the Baltimore Clippers of the AHL before retiring in 1977.


REGULAR SEASON PLAYOFFS
Season Club League GP G A TP PIM +/- GP G A TP PIM
1967-68 Marquette Iron Rangers USHL 25 5 5 10 20
1968-69 University of Denver WCHA
1969-70 University of Denver WCHA 28 12 5 17 32
1970-71 University of Denver WCHA 36 24 18 42 77
1971-72 University of Denver WCHA 36 30 13 43 38
1972-73 St. Louis Blues NHL 18 2 3 5 2 +4
1972-73 Denver Spurs WHL 49 34 19 53 88 5 0 3 3 0
1973-74 St. Louis Blues NHL 15 1 0 1 0 +1
1973-74 Denver Spurs WHL 5 5 6 11 4
1973-74 Vancouver Canucks NHL 14 1 0 1 0 -10
1973-74 Seattle Totems WHL 30 8 14 22 13
1974-75 Richmond Robins AHL 36 4 5 9 35 6 1 2 3 8
1975-76 Washington Capitals NHL 27 7 12 19 28 -6
1975-76 Baltimore Clippers AHL 35 13 24 37 24
1976-77 Washington Capitals NHL 22 6 5 11 4 -4
NHL Totals 96 17 20 37 34


WHL Second All-Star Team (1973) Traded to Vancouver by St. Louis for John Wright, December 10, 1973. Claimed by Washington from Vancouver in Expansion Draft, June 12, 1974.
Suffered career-ending concussion in game vs. Cleveland, December 30, 1976.