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10/5/1983 Torrie Robertson scores his 1st Whalers goal vs St. Louis. 
10/5/1983 Torrie Robertson plays his 1st Whalers game vs Buffalo. 
10/9/1983 Torrie Robertson records his 1st two Whalers fighting majors (against Keith Krauder and Terry O'Reilly ) vs Boston. 
3/4/1984 Torrie Robertson scores his 1st NHL hat trick vs Boston. 
10/27/1984 Torrie Robertson is speared in the face by Paul Holmgren (receiving a minor and match penalty for intent to injure - later getting a 10 game suspension) vs Minnesota. 
2/16/1985 Torrie Robertson bests the Whalers franchise record for PIM in a season (Garry Howatt 81/82) with his 244th (2 min holding, 5 minutes for fighting Duane Sutter) and adds a goal in the game vs the New York Islanders. 
4/7/1985 Torrie Robertson records his career high 41st point (on his career high 30th assist) vs Quebec. 
4/7/1985 Torrie Robertson sets the Whalers franchise record for PIM in a season with his 337th vs Quebec. 
4/6/1986 Torrie Robertson scores his career high 13th goal of the season (adding an assist) and sets the Whalers franchise record for PIM in a season with his 358th (with a double minor for elbowing, roughing) vs Boston. 
4/10/1986 Torrie Robertson scores his 1st NHL playoff goal vs Quebec. 
11/29/1986 Torrie Robertson breaks his leg (and would miss the next 76 games) during a fight against Chris Nilan vs Montreal. 
11/18/1987 Torrie Robertson plays his 300th NHL game, collecting his 100th Whalers point (a goal) vs Buffalo. 
11/1/1988 Torrie Robertson fractures his leg (for the 2nd time and would miss the next 29 Games) during a fight against Mike Lalor vs Montreal. 
1/23/1989 Torrie Robertson scores his 36th (and final) Whalers goal and 115th (and final) point vs Quebec. 
3/5/1989 Torrie Robertson plays his 326th (and last) Whalers game recording his 1,368th penalty minute (5 minute fighting major against John Kordic) vs Toronto.