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Charlie Huddy went undrafted in the NHL draft while playing with the Oshawa Generals. Huddy joined the CHL’s Houston Apollos for the 1979-80 campaign, scoring 14 goals and 48 points in 79 games. The following year, he made it to the NHL for 12 games, suiting up with the Edmonton Oilers. Huddy’s play in Edmonton earned him a spot for 41 games the following year, and, by 1982-83, he was patrolling the Oiler defense on a full-time basis. Huddy was part of the Edmonton Oilers dynasty in the 1980’s winning 5 Stanley Cups. Huddy played with the Oilers until the 1991-92 season where he signed as a free agent with the Los Angeles Kings. He was now re-united with Wayne Gretzky, and the Kings made a push all the way to the Stanley Cup finals in 1993. Huddy remained in L.A. for three years before being moved to the Buffalo Sabres during the shortened 1994-95 season. He had a short 12-game stopover with St. Louis before returning to the Sabres where he played the last game of his NHL career in 1996-97.