|Born:||March 3, 1958||Draft:||1978 Bruins #16 Overall|
|Known For:||“The Party Line”||Shoots:||Left|
Alan William Secord (born March 3, 1958) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey left wing who played in the National Hockey League for twelve seasons from 1978–79 until 1989–90. Over the course of his long career, he played for the Chicago Black Hawks, Boston Bruins, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Philadelphia Flyers. He was also part of the vaunted “Party Line” of the 1980s where he teamed up with Steve Larmer and Denis Savard to form one of the most lethal lines in Blackhawks’ history. He’s now a captain for American Airlines, flying Boeing 737s.
Al Secord Statistics
- Chicago Blackhawks’ Best Trades of All-Time
- Chicago Blackhawks 50-Goal Scorers
- Chicago Blackhawks’ Top-20 Goal Scorers All-Time
- Top 10 NHL Lines
- Ranked #18 on the Blackhawks all-time goals list with 213
- U20 WJC Silver Medal (1977)
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