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Gary Doak
Gary Doak
Defenseman
Number: 19
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 175
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Born: Feb 26, 1946
Birthplace: Goderich, ON, Canada
Hometown: Goderich, Ontario
Acquired: Reacquired in trade from Rangers with Rick Newell for Joe Zanussi and Detroit's first-round choice (Albert Blanchard) in 1972 amateur draft on May 24, 1972.


Traded to Boston by Detroit with Bill Lesuk, Ron Murphy and future considerations (Steve Atkinson, June 6, 1966) for Dean Prentice and Leo Boivin, February 16, 1966. Missed majority of 1968-69 season recovering from mononucleosis. Claimed by Vancouver from Boston in Expansion Draft, June 10, 1970. Traded to NY Rangers by Vancouver with Jim Wiste for Dave Balon, Wayne Connelly and Ron Stewart, November 16, 1971. Traded to Detroit by NY Rangers with Rick Newell for Joe Zanussi and Detroit's 1st round choice (Albert Blanchard) in 1972 Amateur Draft, May 24, 1972. Traded to Boston by Detroit for Garnet Bailey and future considerations (Murray Wing, June 4, 1973), March 1, 1973.

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