Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Carl Repp

At Least 1 NHL Game

October 7, 1989 Los Angeles Kings vs Edmonton Oilers. 5-6 loss.



   Just two games into the 1989/90 NHL season, LA Kings backup goalie Mario Gosselin came down with a case of the flu and the team was in need of a replacement netminder. Carl Repp was that replacement and witnessed a big game. Wayne Gretzky was facing his former team, the Edmonton Oilers. The Great One scored two goals but it wasn't enough to give LA the win. Gosselin was soon healthy again and Repp was returned to the minors. Repp's season with the Kings organization was his only year of pro hockey.

   The Los Angeles Kings acquired Carl Reep in June, 1989 at the NHL supplemental draft, then used to select overage North American college players. Repp had played four seasons with the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds and was named team MVP three times. In 1988 he was even selected to represent Canada at the Spengler Cup.


Career stats from hockeydb.com
Born -- Kimberley, BC 
Height 6.01 -- Weight 185 [185 cm/84 kg]
RS ScoringRS Goalie StatsPO Scoring
SeasonTeamLgeGPAPIMMinGAENSOGAAWLTSvsPctGPAPIM
1984-85U. of British ColumbiaCWUAA30016011004.13210670.859
1985-86U. of British ColumbiaCWUAA00093168006.534440.867
1986-87U. of British ColumbiaCWUAA000
1988-89U. of British ColumbiaCWUAA000
1989-90New Haven NighthawksAHL2408139398304.2281326350.866---
1989-90Phoenix RoadrunnersIHL120652751005.90170---

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