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Selected first overall by the Colorado Rockies in 1978, Rob Ramage decided to move to the WHA, where he could make some money right away. Moving back to the NHL’s Rockies the next season, he found that the weight of the team was on his shoulders. The Rockies traded him to St. Louis in 1982 where he found his talent. He became a defensive mainstay until 1988 when he was traded to Calgary for Brett Hull. Although his role diminished slightly, his Stanley Cup in 1989 more than made up for it. The following year, he was traded to Toronto where he became team captain. After that, he played in Minnesota, Montreal and Philadelphia before hanging up the skates for good in 1994.