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A textbook, stay-at-home blue liner, Gary Doak had a jumpy start to his career. Starting with Detroit, he was traded to the Boston Bruins after a couple of minor league seasons. Even though his injury troubles continued, he still managed to play some playoff games and won a Stanley Cup in 1970. After being selected by Vancouver in the expansion draft, Doak made pit stops with the New York Rangers and then back to Detroit before finishing his career with 9 seasons in Boston. After a 16-year playing career, Doak spent five years as an assistant coach with the Bruins, as well as two years coaching UMass’s hockey program.