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A late bloomer who started as a goalie at eight years of age, Bill Clement didn’t become a position player until he was 12. Drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in 1970, Clement won back-to-back Stanley Cups before Philly traded him to Washington for Mel Bridgman. He then moved from Washington to the Atlanta Flames after only a season. He spent five seasons there and followed the Flames to Calgary for another two. After 11 seasons in the NHL, Clement amassed 356 points in 719 games. Following his playing career, Clement became a prominent broadcaster, having worked for networks such as ESPN and NBC. From 1986 to 2007, Clement has been the voice for at least one game of every Stanley Cup Final. In addition to working NHL games, Clement has also done five Olympic Games and appeared in more than 300 different advertisements.