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Known as a strong player who was extremely dedicated to every aspect of the game, Lou Franceschetti was drafted in 1979 by the Washington Capitals. Lou spent three seasons playing in both the AHL and IHL before making him debut into the NHL in the 1981/82 season. Although he spent 8 great years with the Captials, Lou’s greatest season came in 1989/90 when he scored 23 goals and had 15 assists with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Lou finished his NHL career in Buffalo in 1991. Although he is retired, Lou is still keeping busy in the world of hockey whether it be through playing or coaching. He has also traded blades for wheels and is heavily involved in the roller hockey world, having played for the Toronto Planets and coaching the Buffalo Stampeded and the Pheonix Cobras.