12 Facts About Darren Pang


Darren Robert Pang was born on February 17,1964 and is a Canadian former professional ice hockey goaltender.

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Darren Pang played his professional career with the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League.

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Darren Pang later played for the Nepean Raiders Major Midget team that represented Ontario in the Air Canada Cup as a 15-year-old.

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Darren Pang was the first goalie drafted by the expansion Belleville Bulls, winning their first ever game in the OHL.

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Darren Pang was traded to the Ottawa 67's, where he won the Memorial Cup in 1984, while garnering the Top goalie and All-Star team awards.

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Darren Pang was humorously considered to have a "sixth hole" above his head.

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Darren Pang was named to the NHL All-Rookie Team in 1988, and was a finalist for the Calder Trophy as the NHL's Rookie of the year, won by Hall of Famer Joe Nieuwendyk.

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Darren Pang was signed as a free agent by the Chicago Blackhawks on August 15,1984.

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Darren Pang suffered a career-ending knee injury on September 21,1990, during training camp.

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Darren Pang contributes to Home Ice, XM Satellite Radio's all-hockey channel.

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Previously, Darren Pang was a top analyst for NHL on ESPN and NHL on ABC for 13 seasons and has broadcast over 95 Stanley Cup Finals games on national TV.

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Darren Pang has worked as an analyst for three Winter Olympics.

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