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Reporting to camp two months after being drafted, Danny Gare scored 61 points in the regular season and another 13 in Buffalo’s run to the Stanley Cup finals. His sophomore year found him with a 50-goal season playing on the checking line with Don Luce and Craig Ramsey. By 1979, Gare was team captain and led the league in scoring that year with 56 goals (along with Charlie Simmer and Blaine Stoughton). After representing Canada in the 1981 Canada Cup, he was traded to Detroit where he played until 1986. After another 18 games with Edmonton, he retired from playing, serving briefly as an assistant coach with Tampa Bay. He now is a broadcaster for the Buffalo Sabres’ televised games.