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August 11, 1956 |
Cold Lake, AB, CAN
|Height||6 ft 2 in (188 cm)|
|Weight||200 lb (91 kg; 14 st 4 lb)|
|Played for||Atlanta Flames
Toronto Maple Leafs
|NHL Draft||8th overall, 1976
|WHA Draft||18th overall, 1976
David Alistair "Dave" Shand (born August 11, 1956 in Cold Lake, Alberta and raised in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba) is a retired Canadian ice hockey defenceman. Drafted in 1976 by both the Atlanta Flames of the National Hockey League and the Calgary Cowboys of the World Hockey Association, Shand also played for the Toronto Maple Leafs and Washington Capitals.
On April 1, 1978, he tied the Flames franchise single-game record (since broken) for assists in one game with four, versus the New York Rangers. He had previously tied the Flames franchise single-game record (since broken) with three assists in a period, versus the Rangers on January 20, 1978. Shand missed the start of 1984-85 season with a cracked sinus bone and facial laceration, suffered when he was hit below his left eye by a Scott Stevens shot during Washington's 1984 training camp. He retired from hockey in 1989.
Dave Shand was an assistant coach for the University of Michigan men's hockey team under head coach Red Berenson from 1989 to 1993. During his tenure as assistant coach, the team went to three straight Frozen Four college hockey tournaments.
Highly educated with several degrees including a law degree from the University of Michigan, Shand has also taught sports law at the university's Division of Kinesiology.
Shand hosted "In The Locker Room," a morning drive radio show on WTKA out of Ann Arbor, Michigan until April 23, 2007. Shand's commentaries and his life's stories were featured regularly during the radio show.
According to Michigan football blog MVictors.com, Shand was fired from WTKA because he criticized the University of Michigan, and the athletic director of the university threatened to pull coverage of Michigan football from the radio station unless he was fired.[better source needed]
Following his departure from WTKA, Shand made a seamless transition into law. He is well-known in Michigan as a prominent attorney in private practice.
- ""Bill Martin Had Me Fired"". MVictors.com. 27 April 2007. Retrieved 27 December 2015.
- Profile at hockeydraftcentral.com
- David Shand's biography at Legends of Hockey
- David Shand's career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database
|Atlanta Flames first round draft pick