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Nick Kypreos was a feisty left-winger who did as much for team morale as he did for the score sheet. A tireless player, he was signed by Philadelphia in 1984. After playing in the Flyers’ system, the Washington Capitals claimed Kypreos on waivers. He remained with them for two more seasons before being traded to Hartford. Traded to the Rangers in 1993, he played 46 games with New York and helped them win their first Stanley Cup in 54 years. After being traded to the Maple Leafs in 1996, he suffered a concussion in a pre-season game that effectively ended his career. He is known well known as a hockey analyst with Sportsnet and on CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada.