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31 Rick Heinz
Rick Heinz
1st time with the Blues
Photo : Shared by Michael Chorney

Rick Heinz
2nd time with the Blues
Photo : Shared by David Akerlund





 Bios
Born : Essex, Ontario, May 30, 1955
Catches : Left
Weight : 165 lbs.
Height : 5' 10"
Last Amateur Club : University of Minnesota-Duluth (NCAA)
Drafted by : Never drafted

 Transactions
16-Apr-79 Signed free agent
09-Mar-82 Traded to the Vancouver Canucks with Tony Currie, Jim Nill and St.Louis' 4th round choice (Shawn Kilroy) in the 1982 Entry Draft for Glen Hanlon
03-Jun-82 Re-acquired from the Vancouver Canucks for cash
xx-xxx-87 Retired

 Awards
Named on the IHL Second All-Star Team with the Port Huron Flags, 1979 ... Named on the CHL Second All-Star Team with the Salt Lake Golden Eagles, 1980 ... Named on the IHL First All-Star Team with the Peoria Rivermen, 1985 ... Winner of the James Norris Memorial Trophy (IHL Fewest GAA) with the Peoria Rivermen, 1985.

 Miscellaneous
Led the CHL in playoffs games played (14), playoffs minutes played (859), playoffs wins (10) and playoffs GAA (2,72) with the Salt Lake Golden Eagles, 1980-81.

 Other teams

 Statistics

Regular season
 SEASON   GP   MIN   W   L   T   GA  SO   GAA    SA   Sv%   G   A PIM
1984-85    2    70   0   0   0    3   0  2,57    26  .885   0   0   0
1983-84   22  1118   7   7   3   80   0  4,29   539  .852   0   0   4
1982-83    9   335   1   5   1   24   1  4,30   161  .851   0   0   2
1981-82    9   433   2   5   0   35   0  4,85               0   0   0
1980-81    4   220   2   1   1    8   0  2,18               0   1   0
  TOTAL   46  2176  12  18   5  150   1  4,14               0   1   6
Playoffs
 SEASON   GP   MIN   W   L   GA  SO   GAA    SA   Sv%   G   A PIM
1983-84    1     8   0   0    1   0  7,50     2  .500   0   0   0
  TOTAL    1     8   0   0    1   0  7,50     2  .500   0   0   0


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