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One of the most prolific scorers in the 1980s he was second only to Wayne Gretzky in points scored. Peter Stastny came to the NHL in 1980. Along with his brothers Anton and Marian, he started with the Quebec Nordiques and made an immediate impact. In 1981, both Peter and Anton scored a hat trick to beat Vancouver 9-3. He set the rookie record for points at 109. Along with Anton and Michel Goulet, he consistently led the team in scoring. Moving to the New Jersey Devils for three and a half seasons, he then signed with St. Louis in 1995 where he retired. The 1,239 points Stastny scored during his sixteen-year career with Quebec, New Jersey and St. Louis rank him as the second-best European scorer At his retirement Stastny had 1239 points in 977 regular season games — good enough for 37th all-time in the NHL.