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An enforcer who could score, Dale Hunter was feared around the league. In his first season with Quebec, he amassed 63 points and 226 PIMs! Missing only three games in his first six seasons, he scored 79 points in 1984 and helped fuel an intense rivalry with the Canadiens in the Eighties. After seven seasons with the Nordiques, he moved to Washington, where he played for 12 seasons. He joined the Colorado Avalanche in 1999 for their playoff run, after which he retired. After spending a year in the Capitals’ front office, he purchased the OHL’s London Knights with his brother Mark. In 2004-2005, he coached the Knights to the best record for a Canadian Junior team ever and most consecutive games without a loss. The Knights subsequently won the 2005 Memoral Cup. Always near the top of the OHL’s standings, Hunter’s Knights have won three OHL championships and appeared in four Memorial Cup tournaments. Hunter also briefly coached the Washington Capitals during the 2011-2012 season.