A Series: Looking into Avalanche and Nordiques Player Numbers: Number 14

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Pierre Plante 1980: Pierre was drafted 9th overall by the Philadelphia Flyers in 1991. He was one game short of playing 600 in his career. He played 69 games in Nords gear and got 4 goals, 14 assists, 68 penalty minutes and was a -14.

Pierre Aubry 1981-84: Pierre was an undrafted player who had his first NHL game in 1980. He only played one game that year for the Nords, but he wore a different number that year. In between 1981 to 1984 Pierre donned the number 14. In that time he played 187 games, had 28 goals, 29 assists and 110 penalty minutes.

Luc Dufour 1985: Luc was drafted 35th overall in the 1981 draft. He played one season for the Nords, in that time he played 30 games and had 2 goals, 3 assists and had 27 penalty minutes.

John Anderson 1986: John was drafted by both the NHL and the WHA. He was drafted 11th overall by the Leafs and 14th overall by the Quebec Nordiques in the 1977 drafts. He went the NHL route, but in 1986 he found himself in as part of the Nordiques and he played 65 games, had 21 goals, 28 assists and 26 penalty minutes.

Jean-Francois Sauve 1987: Jean-Francois played 14 games for the Nordsin 1987. He had 2 goals, 3 assists and had 4 penalty minutes.

Gaetan Duchesne 1988-89: Gaetan was drafted 151st over in the 1981 draft by the Washington Capitals. He played a total of 150 games for the Nords, had 32 goals, 44 assists and 139 penalty minutes.

Jean-Marc Routhier 1990: Jean-Marc was drafted 39th overall by the Quebec Nordiques in 1986. He played 8 games, had no points, 9 penalty minutes and was a -3.

Tony McKegney 1990-91: Tony was picked 32nd overall in 1978. He played two stints in Quebec, his first stint he didn't wear the 14, the second go he did. He played 98 games, had 33 goals, 27 assists and had 89 penalty minutes. However, he was -31 the first year and -25 the second year.

Herb Raglan 1991-92: Herb was drafted 37th overall in 1985. He played a total of 77 games for Quebec, had 7 goals, 17 assists and 150 penalty minutes.

Dwayne Norris 1994-95: Dwayne was drafted 127th overall by the Nordiques. He played a total of 17 games, notching 2 goals, 3 assists and 6 penalty minutes.

Landon Wilson 1996: Landon was drafted 19th overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1993. Landon played 7 games for the Avs in 1996, he had 1 goal, 6 penalty minutes and was a +3.

Dave Hannan 1996: Dave was drafted 196th overall in 1981 by the Penguins. Dave played 4 regular season games in 1996, he also played in 13 games in the playoffs. He had a total of 1 goal and 3 points in those games.

Tom Fitzgerald 1998: Tom was drafted 17th overall in 1986 by the Islanders. He only played 11 games in Avs gear. He scored 2 goals, had an assist and 22 penalty minutes.

Christian Matte 1998-1999: Christian was drafted 153rd overall in 1993 by the Nords. Although Christian played for the Avs from 1997 to 1999, he only wore number 14 for two seasons. In that time he played 12 games, had 1 goal, 1 assist and 6 penalty minutes.

Theoren Fleury 1999: Theo was drafted 166th over in the 1987 draft by the Calgary Flames. Theo played 15 regular season games in Avs gear, he had 10 goals, 14 assists and 18 penalty minutes. During the playoffs he played 18 games, had 5 goals, 12 assists and had 20 penalty minutes.

Dave Reid 2000-01: Dave was drafted 60th overall in the 1982 drafted by the Bruins. Dave played a total of 138 regular season games, had 12 goals, 16 assists and 49 penalty minutes. During the post season in 2001 he played 18 games, had 4 assists and had 6 penalty minutes.

Ian Laperriere 2006-2009: Ian was drafted 158th overall in 1992 by the Blues. He played a total of 307 games in Avs gear, amassed 40 goals, had 72 assists and 552 penalty minutes.

Tomas Fleischmann 2011: Tomas was drafted 63rd overall by the Wings in 2002. He played 22 games for Colorado. In that time he got 8 goals, 13 assists and had 8 penalty minutes.

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