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Paul McIntosh

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Paul McIntosh (1971-1974)

Paul played for the Petes from 1971 until 1974. His talents were identified by the professional ranks, as he was selected by the Buffalo Sabres of the NHL and the Chicago Cougars of the WHA, in 1974. He immediately made the jump to professional hockey, after being drafted, splitting time between the Sabres and the AHL Hershey Bears. He retired from his playing career in 1980, after a brief stint in the International Hockey League, but immediately began a coaching career in the OHL. He was head coach of the London Knights from 1980-1983 and once again from 1996-1997, as a midseason replacement.

See Paul’s career statistics here.