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Joe Juneau

That's a possibility....is he the right answer?

Then again, he technically didn't set an NHL record in his first year, he only TIED a record...which still stands, so it probably isn't him.

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Gotta be Joe Juneau.

Tied for most assists in a rookie season with 70 with Peter Stastny (still stands today) and went to Rensselaer Polytechnic.

Graduated with a degree in aeronautical engineering in just 3 years with a 4.0 GPA.

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Teemu Selanne

Maybe.

Do you even know the name of the college Selanne went to? If you do, then you should be the one writing these quizzes.

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Next one...

I played for a school more famous for producing scientists than hockey players.

In my first full year in the league, I set an NHL record that still stands today.

I played with a fellow alumni on my first NHL team, and then again on my second NHL team.

Who Am I?

Jack Bauer

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Let's Go Tech!

I went to Tech my freshman year then transferred, too many guys and too much snow.

But I still say they had/have the most entertaining Marching Band, and being a Freshman watching my school play in the Big House was a thrill as well.

I remember going up there and being like, well there are no girls, it's snowing everyday, well at least I got my NHL...then a month in they started the NHL lockout....

My guess is Mike Bossy, for highest Rookie Plus/Minus in a season?

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Joe Juneau

Joe Juneau is correct. He played with former RPI alum Adam Oates in Boston and Washington. He also set the NHL records for assists by a rookie and assists by a left winger in the 92-93 season at 70, beating out Kevin Stevens' record of 69 established the previous season. Juneau's records still stand.

Adam Oates?

So close, yet so far.

NEXT UP:

I played the fewest career games of any player ever traded for Wayne Gretzky.

I played in the NHL before playing in the AHL.

Born in Quebec, I didn't play for a team based in my home province until the end of my playing career.

Who Am I?

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NEXT UP:[/font]

I played the fewest career games of any player ever traded for Wayne Gretzky.

I played in the NHL before playing in the AHL.

Born in Quebec, I didn't play for a team based in my home province until the end of my playing career.

Who Am I?

Quick guess - Tardif?

aloha

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Joe Juneau is correct. He played with former RPI alum Adam Oates in Boston and Washington. He also set the NHL records for assists by a rookie and assists by a left winger in the 92-93 season at 70, beating out Kevin Stevens' record of 69 established the previous season. Juneau's records still stand.

Had it not been for the assist record by a left winger I would have challenged the answer (I overlooked the left winger record). As already mentioned, he didn't technically "Set" the record for assists by a rookie, he merely "tied" and existing record.

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