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Dunlop, Blake
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Although born in Hamilton, Ontario, BLAKE DUNLOP grew up in Ottawa, and played his junior hockey as a centre with the hometown Ottawa 67s. In his final season as an amateur in 1972-73, DUNLOP tore up the OHA, recording 60 goals and a league leading 99 assists for an OHA best 159 points. That season, he was the first draft choice of the Minnesota North Stars. DUNLOP joined the Stars in 1973-74, and played parts of four seasons there before being traded to Philadelphia in October 1977. Then as a Flyer, DUNLOP was shuffled between the NHL and the minors. It wasn't until he joined St. Louis in June 1979 that he played in the NHL full-time. Once given the opportunity, DUNLOP proved that he could score, finishing in 1979-80 with 18 goals, in 1980-81 with 20 goals, he scored 25 in 1981-82 and 22 in 1982-83. In the 1980-81 season, BLAKE DUNLOP added 67 assists to his 20 goal season for 87 points -- his personal best -- and placed him in the league's top twenty for scoring. That season, DUNLOP was awarded the MASTERTON TROPHY for his perseverance and dedication. DUNLOP finished his NHL career in 1983-84 with Detroit after being placed on waivers by the Blues. In 550 NHL games, DUNLOP scored 130 goals and added 274 assists for 404 points. After retiring, DUNLOP returned to St. Louis and became a stockbroker.

Dunlop, Blake