Vincent Damphousse – Toronto Maple Leafs Left-Winger 1986-1991
The Toronto Maple Leafs drafted Vincent Damphousse in the first round (6th overall) in the 1986 NHL Entry Draft.
Damphousse played five seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs and was known as a two-way forward with great playmaking ability.
He led the Toronto Maple Leafs with 26 goals and 73 points in 79 games during the 1990-91 season, but his best season with the Leafs may have been the 1989-90 season where he recorded 94 points in 80 games. His 1989-90 point total is the 10th highest single season point total in Toronto Maple Leafs franchise history.
In 1990, Vincent Damphousse also received the third most votes for left-wingers to just miss a spot on the NHL 2nd All-Star Team behind Luc Robitaille and Brian Bellows.
A couple seasons after his stint with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Vincent Damphousse was reunited with Leafs teammate, Gary Leeman, and the two would win the 1993 Stanley Cup Championship with the Montreal Canadiens.
Achievements with the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 1990’s
#61 on Top 100 Toronto Maple Leafs
3rd in NHL All-Star Team voting 1990
8th in NHL All-Star Team voting 1991
1991 NHL All-Star Game
Led Toronto Maple Leafs in Goals and Points 1990-91
10th Most Single Season Points in Toronto Maple Leafs History 1989-90 (94)
39th Most Career Assists in NHL History (773)
48th Most Career Points in NHL History (1205)