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Tom Webster
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10/18/1972 Tom Webster scores his 1st career hat trick vs Houston. 
11/6/1972 Tom Webster scores his 2nd career hat trick vs Winnipeg. 
12/26/1972 Tom Webster is voted by players as a starter and Al Smith, Rick Ley, Jim Dorey, and Larry Pleau are selected for the inaugural WHA All-Star game in Quebec. 
1/6/1973 Tom Webster represents the Whalers recording an assist in the 1973 WHA All-Star game in Quebec. 
3/29/1973 Tom Webster scores his 50th Whalers goal of the season vs Ottawa. 
3/30/1973 Tom Webster records his 100th point of the season (an assist) vs New York. 
4/1/1973 Tom Webster scores his 3rd career hat trick recording his career high 53rd goal and 103rd point of the season vs Quebec. 
4/8/1973 Tom Webster scores his 1st career playoff goal vs Ottawa. 
4/12/1973 Tom Webster scores his 1st career playoff hat trick (4th career) vs Ottawa. 
5/30/1973 Tom Webster and Jim Dorey are name to the WHA All-stars 2nd team. Rick Ley, Ted Green, and Al Smith are named to the 3rd team. 
10/27/1973 Tom Webster scores his 5th career hat trick vs Los Angeles. 
12/15/1973 Tom Webster is voted the starting right wing for the 1974 WHA All-Star games East team. 
1/3/1974 Tom Webster represents the Whalers recording an assist in the 1974 WHA All-Star game in St. Paul. 
2/2/1974 Tom Webster scores his 100th career goal vs Houston. 
3/27/1974 Tom Webster scores his 40th goal of the season for the second straight season vs Los Angeles. 
3/31/1974 Tom Webster scores his 43rd goal of the season at 7:20 of overtime vs Quebec. 
7/31/1974 Whalers players Brad Selwood, Rick Ley, and Tom Webster are named to Team Canada who will take on the Soviet Union in September. 
10/31/1974 Tom Webster scores his 100th and 101st WHA goals vs Indianapolis. 
1/21/1975 Tom Webster represents the Whalers in the 1975 WHA All-Star game in Edmonton. 
2/14/1975 Tom Webster scores the overtime game winner at 4:22 vs Indianapolis. 
2/23/1975 Tom Webster scores the game winner at 5:22 of overtime game vs Winnipeg. 
12/17/1975 Christer Abrahamsson is voted and Rick Ley, Wayne Carleton, and Tom Webster are named to the 1976 WHA All-star game in Cleveland. 
12/22/1975 Tom Webster scores his 6th career hat trick vs Cleveland. 
1/4/1976 Tom Webster ties the team record for consecutive games with a point at 16 (Terry Caffery) vs Indianapolis. 
1/7/1976 Tom Webster breaks the team record for consecutive games with a point at 17 (scoring 2 goals and adding an assist) vs Ottawa. 
1/13/1976 Tom Webster represents the Whalers in the 1976 WHA All-Star game in Cleveland. 
1/16/1976 Tom Webster sets the team (franchise) record for consecutive games with a point at 21 (recording an assist) vs Ottawa. He scores 18 goals and 23 assists during the 21 games. 
3/24/1976 Tom Webster scores his 200th career goal (on his 2nd of the game) vs Calgary. 
4/4/1976 Tom Webster records his 83rd point (his team leading 33rd goal of the season) leading the Whalers in scoring for the season vs Indianapolis 
5/5/1976 Tom Webster his 7th career hat trick (his 2nd playoff hat trick) vs Houston. 
12/17/1976 Tom Webster scores his 8th hat trick (and adds an assist) vs Indianapolis 
3/2/1977 Tom Webster scores his 200th WHA/Whalers goal vs San Diego. 
3/27/1977 Tom Webster records his 400th career point (a goal) vs Edmonton. 
10/19/1977 Tom Webster scores his 9th career hat trick vs Edmonton. 
4/12/1979 Mark Howe records his 104th point of the season (besting the Whalers single season record of 103 set by Tom Webster in 1972/73) vs Cincinnati. 
4/4/1980 Blaine Stoughton scores his 54th goal besting the Whalers franchise record of 53 (Tom Webster 1972/73) vs Quebec. 
3/31/1982 Whalers announce "The Team of the Decade" (voted by readers of the Hartford Sports Extra): Blaine Stoughton (LW), Mike Rogers, Tom Webster (RW), Rick Ley, Mark Howe (D), Al Smith (G), and Harry Neale (coach). 
12/3/1983 Blaine Stoughton scores his 220th career Whalers goal tying the franchise record set by Tom Webster vs St. Louis. 
12/8/1983 Blaine Stoughton scores his 221st career Whalers goal besting the franchise record set by Tom Webster vs Toronto. 
8/19/1996 Former Whalers Tom Webster and Randy Ladouceur are hired as assistant coaches.