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Darcy Tucker
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Hockey Player
    (March 15, 1975- )
    5'11; 182 lbs
    Shoots Left
    Wears #16
    Center/Left Wing for the Montreal Canadiens (1996-98), Tampa Bay Lightning (1998-2000), Toronto Maple Leafs (2000-08) and the Colorado Avalanche (2008-10)
    In the 2001-2002 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Tucker took out New York Islanders' captain Michael Peca with a low hit that knocked him out for the duration of the playoffs. Peca had to have reconstructive knee surgery and wound up missing half of the next season.
    He is a notorious 'yapper' on the ice, but rarely ever fights.
    He often dives to accentuate penalty calls, and then whines if the referee doesn't call a penalty on the opposing player.
    In early 2002, he was suspended for two games after charging Washington Capitals' defense man Sergei Gonchar.
    His teams have not made it past the Eastern Conference Finals.
    He is one of the NHL's quintessential 'pests.'
    He scored 24 goals with 59 points in 2001-2002, a career high and was a +24.
    He won three Memorial Cups while playing with the Kamloops Blazers of the Western Hockey League.
    He played 16 seasons in the NHL.

Credit: Blair


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