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Nicknamed “The Hammer” for his hard hitting abilities and his solid defensive play, Jay Wells made his NHL debut with the Los Angeles Kings in the 1979/80 season, appearing in 43 games. The following season would see Wells crack the Kings lineup on a full time basis. In total, Wells would spend 9 seasons on the Kings blue line before enjoying stints with the Philadelphia Flyers and the Buffalo Sabres. Midway through the 1991/92 season, Wells joined the New York Rangers, where he was a member of the Rangers 1994 Stanley Cup winning team. After single seasons with the St. Louis Blues and the Tampa Bay Lightning, Wells retired at the end of the 1996/97 campaign. In retirement, Wells has served as an assistant coach to a number of teams in the AHL and the OHL. Well’s currently serves as an assistant coach to the OHL’s Saginaw Spirit.