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Whalers career highlights
Rick Ley announces his retirement on September 9, 1981 with wife Ellen and Howard Baldwin by his side
Rick Ley announces his retirement on September 9, 1981 with wife Ellen and Howard Baldwin by his side
Rick Ley Whalers Career Highlights
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DATE HIGHLIGHT
1/6/1973 Rick Ley represents the Whalers in the 1973 WHA All-Star game in Quebec. 
1/3/1974 Rick Ley represents the Whalers in the 1974 WHA All-Star game in St. Paul. 
12/15/1974 Rick Ley records the first 3 on 5 shorthanded goal in major leauge hockey history, assisted by Tom Earl and Paul Hurley with Jim Dorey and Brad Selwood in the box vs Winnipeg. 
1/21/1975 Rick Ley represents the Whalers in the 1975 WHA All-Star game in Edmonton. 
6/28/1975 Rick Ley is named the Whalers 2nd team captain replacing Ted Green. 
1/13/1976 Rick Ley represents the Whalers recording an assist in the 1976 WHA All-Star game in Cleveland. 
1/17/1978 Rick Ley represents the Whalers in the 1978 WHA All-Star game in Quebec. 
1/2/1979 Rick Ley represents the Whalers in the 3 day 1979 WHA All-Star vs Moscow Dynamo series recording 2 assists in Edmonton. 
2/2/1981 Rick Ley plays his final career Whalers game vs Quebec. He would miss the remainder of the season due to a knee injury and would retire before the 81/82 season. 
2/22/1981 Rick Ley is named assistant coach after a knee injury will prevent him from playing for the remainder of the 80/81 season. 
1/4/1983 John Cunniff is named assistant coach. Rick Ley replaces him as head coach of the Binghampton Whalers. 
6/29/1983 Rick Ley is fired from his head coaching position with the Binghampton Whalers and is replaced by John Cunniff. 
6/7/1989 Rick Ley is named head coach replacing Larry Pleau. 
10/5/1989 Rick Ley coaches his 1st career NHL game vs Montreal. 
10/8/1989 Rick Ley coaches his 1st career NHL win vs Quebec. 
5/29/1991 Rick Ley is released as head coach.