Right-winger Dick Sarrazin played parts of three seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers in the 60s and 70s. He was a decent goal scorer who also toiled in the minors and the WHA.
Born in Ste. Gabriel-de-Brandon, Quebec, Sarrazin was a Detroit Red Wings prospect that played junior with the St. Jerome Alouettes. He was sent to the Flyers for cash and played his first two pro seasons in the EHL and AHL. In 1968-69 Sarrazin scored 16 goals while teaming with Andre Lacroix and Jean-Guy Gendron.
After his initial success, Sarrazin became a part time player and farmhand in Philly. He eventually moved to the WHA and skated with the New England Whalers and Chicago Cougars then returned to the AHL where he accumulated 67 goals in three years before retiring in 1976.