Martin Simard

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Martin Simard (born June 25, 1966) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey player. He played 44 National Hockey League games for the Calgary Flames and Tampa Bay Lightning.

Born in Montreal, Quebec, Simard was not chosen in the NHL Entry Draft. Simard turned professional in 1987 by signing with the Flames. He spent four years in the Flames organization before getting a call up to the NHL in 1990–91 In 32 games played with the Flames over the next two seasons, Simard recorded one goal and five assists. He played seven more games with the Lightning in 1992–93 before returning to the minors to finish out his career. Simard retired following the 1997–98 season.

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