April 23, 1948 |
New Westminster, BC, CAN
|Height||6 ft 0 in (183 cm)|
|Weight||185 lb (84 kg; 13 st 3 lb)|
|Played for||Vancouver Canucks|
Barry Fredrick Wilcox (born April 23, 1948 in New Westminster, British Columbia) was a National Hockey League player for the Vancouver Canucks from 1972–1975. Right-winger Barry Wilcox spent parts of two seasons with the Vancouver Canucks in the 1970s. He played for the hometown Royals of the BCJHL in 1967-69 before spending three years at the University of British Columbia. Following his tenure with the Thunderbirds, Vancouver signed Wilcox as a free agent. Wilcox scored 17 goals as a rookie pro in 1971-72 with the Rochester Americans of the AHL. The following season he played 31 NHL games for the Canucks as an injury replacement before he was sent down to the WHL's Seattle Totems. Wilcox spent most of the next three years in the WHL and CHL before retiring in 1976. He can now be found working as a secondary school counsellor in Surrey.
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