John Paul “Johnny” Bucyk (* 12. May 1935 in Edmonton, Ontario) was a professional, Canadian ice hockey player, who from 1955 to 1978 for Detroit talk Wings and the bad clay/tone Bruins in that played national Hockey League.
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Bucyk buildup under poorest conditions in Edmonton . Since it began only with 13 years with the ice skate running, its fellow players were läuferisch superior to it, but the young atlethische Johnny main header itself by his enormously strong will from the quantity. After 2 years in Detroit talk Wings Terry Sawchuk from bad clay/tone wanted to fetch back and exchanged it for Bucyk.
In bad clay/tone it played together with its going away from the youth Bronco Horvath and Vic Stasiuk in the “Uke LINE”, which were called in such a way due to their Ukrainian tuning. Johnny was considered as a “hard dog” in a little successful crew. When Phil Esposito and Bobby Orr made the bad clay/tone Bruins 1967 one the Top team of the league, its style did not fit any longer into the crew. Also over 30 years Bucyk changed its kind to play and became a fair Topscorer. It won 2 times the lady Byng Memorial Trophy. With 32 years it obtained still 6 further marks in one season for the first time over 30 gates and exceeded this mark. Two times it won the Stanley Cup with the Bruins. After its 21 years in bad clay/tone its back number will not to no more assign 9 with the Bruins.
1981 it honoured with the admission into the Hockey resound to OF Fame.
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- 1971: Roofridge all star team
- 1968: Second all star team
- 1971 and 1974: Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
- 813 Assists by one linkoutside.
- 3 majority gates in a Playoff play (21. April 1974; Bruins - Blackhawks 8:6) common with 9 further players.
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|NAME||Bucyk, John Paul|
|ALTERNATIVE NAME||Johnny Bucyk|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||ice hockey player (Canada)|
|DATE OF BIRTH||12. May 1935|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Edmonton (Ontario)|