Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Tim Regan

1 NHL Game

February 17, 1974 Buffalo Sabres vs Detroit Red Wings. 2-1 win.

   Tim Regan had a strong college career with Boston University. In 1971 he was a member of the Boston University squad that captured the NCAA championship. They did it again in 1972, this time Regan was named the Most Outstanding Player as his team won the title. 

   Regan won an Olympic silver medal as a member of the 1972 USA team. He was the team's third string goalie in Japan and didn't stay the entire tournament but was still awarded a medal. 

   The Sabres drafted Regan in the 1970 NHL draft and later signed him. Regan was recalled to the Sabres briefly during the 1973/74 season when they suddenly lost Rocky Farr to an eye injury. Regan dressed as backup to Gary Bromley for one NHL game. 

   Regan retired following the 1974/75 season. He returned to his home state of Rhode Island. 

Feb. 19th, 1974 newspaper article

  • Wore #27 with Buffalo Sabres

Career stats from
Born  -- Providence, RI 
Height 6.02 -- Weight 200
Selected by Buffalo Sabres round 7 #84 overall 1970 NHL Amateur Draft
RS ScoringRS Goalie StatsPO Scoring
1969-70Boston UniversityECAC2300134063002.825500.897
1970-71Boston UniversityECAC140278023001.772990.929
1971-72Boston UniversityECAC902
1971-72U.S. Olympic TeamIntl1000
1972-73Cincinnati SwordsAHL2001027004.11---
1972-73Charlotte CheckersEHL49114---
1973-74Cincinnati SwordsAHL3106---
1973-74Charlotte CheckersSHL91050027103.244402150.888---
1974-75Hershey BearsAHL413112171149304.111418311010.8811208

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