NHL ‘Iron Man’ Garry Unger has joined the Scotiabank®
Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer team!
After beginning his NHL career with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1967-68, Garry Unger went on to play 1,105 games over 16 seasons with the Detroit Red Wings, St. Louis Blues, Atlanta Flames, Los Angeles Kings and Edmonton Oilers, scoring 413 goals and collecting 804 points. He had nine 30-goal seasons, including two 40-goal campaigns. One of the dominant forwards of the 1970s, Garry’s best years were with the Blues, where he recorded eight straight seasons with 30 or more goals, and was named the Most Valuable Player in the 1974 NHL All-Star Game. But besides being highly productive, Garry was durable, and established the NHL ‘Iron Man’ record by playing 914 consecutive regular season games, starting in February 1968 and concluding in December 1979.