The Canadian Press
Published Wednesday, February 6, 2019 3:46PM EST
Previous Updated Wednesday, February 6, 2019 3:55PM EST
Andre Boudrias, a single of the Vancouver Canucks’ initially offensive stars and a previous team captain, has died at age 75.
The Montreal Canadiens explained on their website that Boudrias died Tuesday in Whistler, B.C. A bring about of death was not given.
Boudrias, a Montreal indigenous, signed with his hometown Canadiens at a youthful age and starred with the Montreal Jr. Canadiens just before turning professional in 1963. But he spent most of his early professional profession mired in the Canadiens’ deep farm system just before remaining dealt to the Minnesota North Stars on the day of the 1967 growth draft.
His profession last but not least took off when he was dealt from St. Louis to the growth Canucks just before the 1970-71 time. He place up five straight seasons of 60 or more details in Vancouver, which includes a 30-goal, 40-guide campaign in 1972-73 and a 16-goal, 62-guide time in 1974-75, when the Canucks built their initially NHL playoff look.
In general, Boudrias had 491 details (151 ambitions, 340 assists) around 662 NHL game titles with Montreal, Minnesota, Chicago, St. Louis and Vancouver.
Soon after his profession he joined the Canadiens’ scouting section and afterwards spent 12 decades as an assistant basic supervisor to Serge Savard, serving to the team acquire Stanley Cup titles in 1986 and 1993.
He joined the New Jersey Devils as a scout in the summer of 1994 and assisted them acquire Stanley Cups in 1995, 2000 and 2003.