Team Canada # 5
Brad Park was one of the most valuable defensemen in the NHL hockey of all times. In a way, his performance in defense was overshadowed by the spectacular offensive talent of Bobby Orr. But, because of his outstanding consistency and steadiness, there is no doubt that Park belongs to the list of the best blueliners ever played hockey in the NHL. Regardless of the team roster he was on, Park was always a key figure on ice. His name was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.
|NHL Reg. Season
- Played in the professional hockey leagues: 1968-1985
- Professional hockey clubs that Brad Park played in: NY Rangers, Boston Bruins, Detroit Red Wings
- Professional hockey awards:
Bill Masterton Trophy 1983-84
Hockey Hall of Fame 1983
PERFORMANCE IN THE 1972 SUMMIT
Brad Park was one of the best Team Canada's defensemen in the 1972 Series. He was teamed with Gary Bergman and played in all eight games of the tournament. He ended the Series with a solid "plus 4" and was named the Team Canada's MVP in Game 8 in Moscow.
|1972 Summit Overall Statistics