Sunday, April 5, 2020

Glen Seperich

2 NHL Games

October 14, 1972 Detroit Red Wings vs Philadelphia Flyers. 5-0 win.
October 15, 1972 Detroit Red Wings vs Los Angeles Kings. 8-2 win.

As a junior goalie with the Kitchener Rangers in the early 1970s, Seperich was a teammate of future Hockey Hall of Famers Larry Robinson and Bill Barber. 
In 1972, he was drafted and signed by the Detroit Red Wings. Seperich was also drafted by the WHA's Ottawa Nationals in 1972 but never signed with the club. 
October, 1972 the Red Wings recalled the rookie goalie from the IHL's Port Huron Wings to dress as backup to Roy Edwards. Detroit had lost goalie Dennis DeJordy to a minor injury and needed someone to take his place as the team's second goalie. 
Seperich played 3 seasons of professional hockey in North America. His final season of pro hockey was in 1975/76, playing in Sweden. He continued to play hockey as a senior goalie in New Brunswick through the 1980s. 

  • Wore #30 with Detroit Red Wings

Career stats from
Born May 16 1952 -- Noranda, PQ
Height 6.00 -- Weight 180 
Drafted by Detroit Red Wings - round 7 #106 overall 1972 NHL Amateur Draft
RS ScoringRS Goalie StatsPO Scoring
1968-69Strathroy RocketsCOJHL000
1969-70Kitchener RangersOHA120057004.75
1970-71Kitchener RangersOHA514193074225014.39
1971-72Kitchener RangersOHA5112201023.90
1972-73Port Huron WingsIHL33121864103013.32700
1972-73Fort Worth WingsCHL40024010002.50---
1973-74Tulsa OilersCHL18119---
1974-75Providence RedsAHL2400128679113.6811735920.882---

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