Centre Claude St. Sauveur spent the 1975-76 season with the Atlanta Flames. He was a clever offensive player who was better known for his achievements in the WHA.
Born in Sherbrooke, Quebec, St. Sauveur was chosen 54th overall by the California Seals in 1972 after consecutive 50-goal seasons with the local Castors of the QMJHL. In 1972-73 he scored 55 goals as a rookie pro with the EHL's Roanoke Valley Rebels and was named the league's top freshman. He then joined the WHA's Philadelphia Blazers late in the year and remained with the franchise when it relocated to Vancouver.
St. Sauveur totaled 62 goals in two years on the West Coast then made his NHL debut with Atlanta who AHD acquired his rights from the Seals. In 1975-76 he scored 24 goals for the Flames while playing on a line with Ken Houston and Tim Ecclestone. The next year he returned to the WHA and suited up for three different teams until the league disbanded in 1979. St. Sauveur accumulated 62 goals for the IHL's Milwaukee Admirals in his last two years as a pro before retiring in 1981.