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Originally in the Toronto Maple Leafs organization, Rod Seiling only played one game there before they relegated him to the minors in 1962. In 1964, he played for Team Canada in the Innsbruck Olympic games. When he returned to Canada, the Leafs traded Seiling to the Rangers where he spent the next ten seasons. A stay-at-home blue liner who made few mistakes, the Rangers exposed him in the 1967 Expansion draft and then traded back for him when he was chosen by St. Louis! In 1971-1972, he earned 41 points in 78 games and played for Canada in the Summit Series. In 1974, Washington claimed him off of waivers then traded him to Toronto. He played two seasons in Toronto, two more in St. Louis and then finished off his career in Atlanta, retiring in 1979.