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[post_page_title]Paul Coffey[/post_page_title]
Paul Coffey’s records tell the story of his NHL career. In 1986 he tallied eight points in a game against Detroit, two goals and six assists, tying the record for a defenseman set nearly a decade earlier. That same season he broke Bobby Orr’s single-season goal record for a defenseman, scoring 46. He also scored at least one point in 28 games that season, another record. During his 21-season career, Coffey won four Stanley Cup championships and was a three-time Norris Trophy winner. He retired with 396 goals and 1,135 assists in 1,409 games played. Coffey was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004.

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