CareerIt begins hockey in the university championship in division Western Collegiate Hockey Association with the team of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish of the Université of Notre Dame in 1970. Two seasons later, it is selected at the time of the fishing out of entry in the National league of hockey by the Canadian of Montreal at the time of the fifth turn (it is then the 66e choice).
It did not join a continuation the professional league and initially finishes during two years its studies. In 1974, it begins on the skating rinks from the American Ligue from hockey with the Voyageurs from Nova Scotia, Voyageurs affiliated to the Canadians.
It decides thereafter to put a pause at its career in order to follow courses of rights and it returns to the play in 1980 with the North Stars of Minnesota which have its rights then. He then plays a season before leaving the North America and to join the Germany and equips it with Cologne, the Kölner Haie. He plays one season before really taking his retirement of player.
He exerts then as a lawyer and will return in the world of hockey in 1991 per two short seasons as a trainer in minor leagues, ECHL (for the Cherokees of Knoxville) and in the Sunshine Hockey League (Blaze de West-Palm-Beach).
- List of the players of the Canadian of Montreal
- Bill Nyrop on hockeyDB.com
- Bill Nyrop on LegendsOfHockey.net
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