Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Mitch Molloy
Left-winger Mitch Molloy played a couple of games with the Buffalo Sabres in 1989-90. He was a decent goal scorer who utilized his 6'3", 212lb. frame in a pro career spent chiefly in the minors.

Born in Red Lake, Ontario, Molloy played his amateur hockey at Camrose Lutheran College before turning pro with the Virginia Lancer of the old Atlantic Coast league in 1987-88. That year the young winger scored 26 goals as a rookie pro and notched nearly 200 penalty minutes.

Molloy continued to function in the minors until he played two games for Buffalo after signing as a free agent in February, 1980. He eventually returned to the minors for three years before retiring in 1983. His best year was a 26-goal effort for the St. Thomas Wildcats of the Colonial League in 1991-92.

REGULAR SEASON PLAYOFFS
Season Club League GP G A TP PIM +/- GP G A TP PIM
1986-87 Camrose Lutheran College ACAC 23 9 4 13 70
1987-88 Virginia Lancers AAHL 43 26 45 71 196 8 5 4 9 63
1988-89 Maine Mariners AHL 47 1 8 9 177
1988-89 Flint Spirits IHL 5 1 1 2 21
1989-90 Johnstown Chiefs ECHL 18 10 10 20 102
1989-90 Buffalo Sabres NHL 2 0 0 0 10 0
1989-90 Rochester Americans AHL 15 1 1 2 43
1990-91 Rochester Americans AHL 25 1 0 1 127
1991-92 St. Thomas Wildcats ColHL 52 26 33 59 149 10 9 5 14 30
1992-93 San Diego Gulls IHL 8 0 0 0 8
1992-93 St. Thomas Wildcats ColHL 9 2 6 8 14 12 6 3 9 39
NHL Totals 2 0 0 0 10


Signed as a free agent by Buffalo, February, 1990.
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