Jan 25–Rick Bowness

Posted: January 26, 2012 in Uncategorized
Rick Bowness
Selected by Atlanta Flames round 2 #26 overall 1975 NHL Amateur Draft
Selected by Indianapolis Racers round 5 #62 overall 1975 WHA Amateur Draft.
Rick Bowness was a solid right-winger who skated on four different teams in the 1970s and ’80s. His role was more offensive in junior and the minors but his NHL career was spent staying with his man and driving to the net on occasion.Bowness checked effectively and saw time on the power play in Detroit but the Wings opted to go with Vaclav Nedomansky, Danny Grant, Dennis Polonich, and Bill Lochead at right wing. He spent his last half dozen seasons as a pro in the minors or as a role player on the St. Louis Blues and Winnipeg Jets. The veteran winger retired as a player in 1984 after playing two years with the AHL’s Sherbrooke Jets.

Received this blue ink signed card TTM.
 
Received this blue ink signed postcard TTM.
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