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Extractions: Growing up in the heart of New York City and not having hockey skates until the age of 10 are just a couple of the obstacles Joseph Mullen overcame to become the preeminent U.S.-born NHL player of his era. Joe was born in Hell's Kitchen, New York on February 26, 1957. He was born to Tom and Marion Mullen, who would be instrumental in steering a young Joe through the proper choices in life. He learned his early hockey skills on the street wearing roller skates and with a role of electrical tape in place of the puck. His father worked at Madison Square Garden and would frequently bring home discarded sticks for Joe and his brother Brian to use. Joe finally received his first pair of skates at age 10 and instantly began to flourish. He would play four seasons in the New York Metro Junior Hockey League and during his final season against weaker competition recorded unheard of totals with 110 goals and 182 points in only 40 games. The next season 1975-76, Mullen was off to play for the Boston College Eagles, however, unlike most aspiring hockey players, Boston College was unable to offer him a scholarship and he was forced to spend $700 to get through the year. They money proved to be well worth it though, gaining a full ride for the next three seasons, his final two of which he was a 1st Team All-American. Following his final year in Boston, 1978-79, Mullen had his first opportunity to represent his country at the World Championships in Moscow, recording 8 points in 8 games.
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Extractions: Boston Bruins 1995-1996 Wing Born: February 26, 1957 At the time of his retirement in 1997, Joe Mullen had scored more goals (502) and points (1,063) than any American-born player in NHL history. He earned three Stanley Cups, two Lady Byng Trophies, a Lester Patrick Award and a First Team All-Star berth in his career. He was also inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000. Mullen is a native of New York City and grew up playing roller hockey in the "Hell's Kitchen" section of Manhattan. After playing four years of junior hockey, he went on to play collegiately at Boston College, where he became an All-American in both 1978 and 1979. As a junior, in 1978, he even led the Eagles to the NCAA championship game against rival Boston University. Following college, Mullen was recruited to be a member of the fabled 1980 U.S. Olympic "Miracle on Ice" team that won the gold medal at Lake Placid. However, because his father was ill at the time, he opted to instead turn pro and use the new income to help out his family. In August of 1979 he signed with the Blues. He was sent down to the CHL for two seasons though, where he proceeded to win both the Rookie of the Year and league MVP awards, respectively.
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Extractions: Troy and his family were deeply involved in roller hockey in the region, having been associated with the Loudoun Roller Hockey League, the Shenandoah Inline League, the Mad Dogs Inline Club, and the Thunder inline program. He was a fine coach and a great father. We will miss him greatly and we ask everyone to pray for his family.
Extractions: USCHO.com Fan Forum College Hockey Men's Division I PDA View Full Version : Joe Mullen's son (Patrick) selects Denver Pages : Puck Swami 06-16-2005, 01:17 PM According to some reports, Patrick Mullen (son of BC star/Hockey Hall of Famer Joe Mullen) has chosen Denver over some interest from BC and UNH for 2005.
Extractions: USCHO.com Fan Forum Administration USCHO.com Fan Forum Hall of Fame PDA View Full Version : Hockey East Jeopardy 2001 Game Thread Pages : DavidB 05-22-2001, 10:00 AM joe mullen MikeM 05-22-2001, 10:00 AM Joe Mullen Chuck Murray 05-22-2001, 10:08 AM Correct answer: Joey Mullen. Team UNH is now on the board with 10 pts.
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Extractions: Other Statistics Year Team League GP G A Pts P.I.M. New York 14th Precinct NYJHL New York Westsiders NYJHL New York Westsiders NYJHL New York Westsiders NYJHL Boston College ECAC Boston College ECAC Boston College ECAC Boston College ECAC United States WEC-A Salt Lake CHL Salt Lake CHL Salt Lake CHL United States Canada Cup United States Canada Cup United States Canada Cup Retired United States WC-Q Signed as a free agent by St. Louis, August 16,1979. Traded To Calgary by St. Louis with Terry Johnson and Rik Wilson for Eddy Beers, Charles Bourgeois and Gino Cavallini, February 1, 1986. Traded to Pittsburgh by Calgary for Pittsburgh's 2nd round pick (Nicolas Perreault) in 1990 Entry Draft, June 16, 1990. Signed as a free agent by Boston, September 13, 1995. Signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh, September 5, 1996.
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