Claude Lemieux (born the July 16th 1965 with Gatineau, Quebec) is a professional hockey player. From 1983 to 2003, he played for the Canadian of Montreal, the Devils of the New Jersey, the Avalanche of Colorado, the Coyotes of Phoenix, as well as the Stars of Dallas within the National league of Hockey (LNH). He was selected during the Repêchage of entry in the LNH 1983 into 2 round by the Canadians of Montreal.
At the top of its form, Lemieux was one of the most hated players league. At the time of the eliminatory series of 1996, whereas the Avalanche disputed the third round with the Red Wings de Détroit, it inflicted a severe setting-in-failure with Kris Draper which sent this last to the infirmary: it was the outstanding point of a competition which prevails always today between the two teams.
Lemieux gained the Coupe Stanley with four recoveries: with the Canadians in 1986, Devils in 1995 and 2000, and with the Avalanche in 1996. Throughout its career, it was illustrated more particularly in series rather than in regular season and it put the hand on the Trophée Idiot Smythe with Devils in 1995.
Lemieux played its last season in the LNH in 2002-2003. It made a jump in Europe the following season with EV Zoug of the National league has in Suisse, but it hung its shoes after seven matches.
- See the statistics of Claude Lemieux on hockeydb.com
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