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Ric Nattress played for five different teams and over 500 regular season games. He helped the Calgary Flames win the Stanley Cup in 1989 as a positional defenceman. In 1980 he was drafted 27th overall by the Montreal Canadiens, but made his pro debut at the Calder Cup playing 5 playoff games. Ric was traded to the St. Louis Blues in the 1985-86 season which gave him a career boost. In June 1987, the veteran rearguard was traded to the Calgary Flames where he played a steady defensive role on one of the league’s top teams and won the Stanley cup. In 1991 Ric was traded to the Maple Leafs for in a deal that saw centre Doug Gilmour and veteran Jamie Macoun head east and Gary Leeman heading to the Flames. Nattress became a free agent with the Philadelphia Flyers, before retiring in 1992-93 season.