3. Joe Mullen
Joe Mullen! Another guy who didn’t spend the majority of his career with the Calgary Flames. And another player who went undrafted! Mullen started his NHL career with the St. Louis Blues in 1881. He was traded to the Flames in 1986 in a six-player trade.
Mullen has 1063 points in 1062 career games. He played 345 games with the Flames and racked up 190 goals and 388 points.
Mullen’s won the Lady Byng trophy twice, and has been a runner-up one other time. He has an impressive 241 PIM in his entire NHL career.
He was also part of the Stanley Cup winning Flames team in 1989, where he had 110 points in 79 games that season. WOW. He also reached the 50 goal milestone that year for the first (and last) time in his NHL career. Maybe Calgary’s a good luck charm, hey?
He won the Stanley Cup two other times in his NHL career (OK, no need to be greedy, Joe) and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000. He is currently in assistant coach with the Philadelphia Flyers. Kind of funny seeing how he won two Cups with their rival, the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Of course we HAD to mention him. But also, he was the first American born player to reach 500 goals and 1000 points. Go Joe!