Ray Cote (born May 31, 1961 in Pincher Creek, Alberta) is a former professional ice hockey forward. He spent his junior career with the Calgary Wranglers of the WHL, and signed a free agent contract with the Edmonton Oilers in 1981 after going undrafted. Cote spent the majority of his career in the minor leagues and European leagues, but saw three separate stints with the Oilers. His only career NHL points were recorded in the 1982–83 playoffs. In the 1983 playoffs, he and George McPhee of the New York Rangers became the first players to score three goals in a single postseason prior to playing a regular season NHL game. He also played for the Canadian National Team on four separate occasions.
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- Ray Cote's career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database
- Ray Cote's biography at Legends of Hockey
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