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Team Canada 1972:
Were Are They Now?

Sources: Slam! Hockey and more

Team Canada 1972 is one of the classiest teams in the history of Canadian hockey. This section offers a quick view on Team Canada's members post players' career and their today's whereabouts. Collecting this information is an on-going process. If you have any info or updates on Team Canada 1972: Where Are They Now, please contact The Summit in 1972.

 

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Personalities  TEAM CANADA 1972
 All team members are listed in the jersey numbers' order
 

Ed Johnston #1, G, Assistant GM of Pittsburgh Penguins

Gary Bergman #2, D, died in 2000 (cancer).

Pat Stapleton #3, D, Retired and living in Strathroy, Ont.

Bobby Orr #4, D, Boston-based player agent
 

Brad Park #5, D, businessman in Boston region.

Ron Ellis #6, RW, director of public affairs and assistant to the president of the Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto

Phil Esposito #7
C, radio commentator on Tampa Bay games

Rod Gilbert #8, RW, NY Rangers Director of Community Relations.

Bill Goldsworthy #9, RW, died in 1996 (AIDS)
 

Dennis Hull #10, LW, partner in Niagara-region auto dealership, and noted after-dinner speaker.

Vic Hadfield #11, LW, runs the Vic Hadfield Golf Center in Woodbridge, Ont.

Yvan Cournoyer #12, RW, retired and living in Montreal region

Wayne Cashman #14, RW, Assistant Coach of Boston Bruins.

Red Berenson #15, C, Head coach University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.

Rod Seiling #16, D, President of the Greater Toronto Hotel Association.

Bill White #17, D, sales manager of Woodbridge, Ont., plumbing supplies firm

Jean Ratelle #18, C, scouted for Boston Bruins; currently retired.
 

Paul Henderson #19, LW, Christian missionary in Toronto, makes speaking appearances on corporate leadership and motivation

 

Pete Mahovlich #20, LW, scouts for Atlanta Thrashers

Stan Mikita #21, C, businessman in Chicago region

J. P. Parise #22, LW, director of hockey program in a private school in Faribault, Minnesota.

Serge Savard #23, D, Montreal businessman
 

Mickey Redmond #24, RW, Analyst on Detroit Red Wings TV broadcasts

Guy Lapointe #25, D, director of amateur scouting for Minnesota Wild.

Don Awrey #26, D, retired and living in Boston region.
 

Frank Mahovlich #27, LW, member of Canadian Senate living in Toronto.

Bobby Clarke #28, LW, GM of Philadelphia Flyers
 

Ken Dryden #29, G, President of Toronto Maple Leafs

Dale Tallon #32, D, Director of player personnel for Chicago Blackhawks

Gilbert Pereault #33, C, corporate and community relations liaison for Buffalo Sabres

Marcel Dionne #34, C, operates Buffalo marketing company

Tony Esposito #35, G, Guest appearances, living in Florida

Richard Martin #36, LW,
Died in 2011.

Jocelyn Guevremont #37, D, businessman living in Florida.

Brian Glennie #38, D, retired, living in Muskoka, Ont.

Harry Sinden
Head Coach/GM,
president of Boston Bruins

John Ferguson
Assistant Coach/GM,
Died in 2007.