Randy McKay Traded to Dallas
Stars 3, Blues 2
By JAIME ARON
AP Sports Writer
DALLAS (AP) - The Dallas Stars made a big trade with New Jersey because they wanted to jump-start their offense.
They couldn't have expected Randy McKay to provide the first spark.
McKay had his eighth and ninth assists of the season, including a spectacular one on the game-winner, leading the Stars past the Blues 3-2 Wednesday night. NHL.com
Stars' McKay makes himself at home
Randy McKay wasted no time making his
presence felt for the Dallas Stars.
Randy tried his best while he was playing for the Stars, but let's face it, green was not his color...
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McKay, 35, a big, physical Montreal native who joins a team short on muscle up front, signed a two- year contract worth $2.125 million US per season. It's a slight cut from the $2.175 million he made last season. "We certainly like his character, determination, experience and leadership," said general manager Andre Savard, who joined McKay on a conference call with the media. "We have talent. We have a good team when we're healthy. But we needed a bit of size and we needed his character."
"The first time I put on that sweater, I'll have goosebumps," said McKay, who left the city at 17 to attend Michigan Tech before beginning his NHL career in 1988 with Detroit. He was traded to New Jersey in 1991. TSN.ca
Randy McKay Retires
Randy retired after the 2002-2003 NHL season. He will be missed... He's spending his time coaching and enjoying being a dad.
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