Dick Redmond

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Richard John "Dick" Redmond (born August 14, 1949 in Kirkland Lake, Ontario and raised in Peterborough, Ontario) is a former NHL defenceman. He is the brother of former NHL player and Red Wings broadcaster Mickey Redmond.

Redmond played 13 seasons in the NHL, beginning as a first-round draft pick with the Minnesota North Stars in 1969. He was traded in 1970 to the now-defunct California Golden Seals, and from there he was traded to the Chicago Black Hawks in 1972. In five seasons with the Black Hawks, Redmond played in 341 games and accumulated 227 points with 218 PIM. After his stint in Chicago, Redmond was traded and ended up with the Boston Bruins, where he finished his career.

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Preceded by
Jim Benzelock
Minnesota North Stars first round draft pick
Succeeded by
Jerry Byers