Steve Larmer

Steve Larmer

Infobox Ice Hockey Player
position = Right Wing
shoots = Left
height_ft = 5
height_in = 10
weight_lb = 190
played_for = Chicago Blackhawks
New York Rangers
nationality = CAN
birth_date = birth date and age|1961|06|16
birth_place = Peterborough, ON, CAN
career_start =1980–81
career_end = 1994–95
draft = 120th overall
draft_year = 1980
draft_team = Chicago Blackhawks

Steve Larmer (born June 16, 1961 in Peterborough, Ontario) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey forward.

Steve played in the NHL for the Chicago Blackhawks and New York Rangers. He won the 1983 Calder Memorial Trophy as well as being named to the NHL All-Rookie Team that year. From 1982–1993, Larmer played in 884 consecutive games for the Blackhawks, an NHL record for most consecutive games played with the same team, and the third longest consecutive-games streak in league history. He could have broken Doug Jarvis' record for consecutive games played but a contract dispute in 1994 officially ended his streak. Steve was selected to play in the 1990 All-Star Game, (41st National Hockey League All-Star Game) and 1991 All-Star Game in Chicago,(42nd National Hockey League All-Star Game). He also won a Stanley Cup with the Rangers in 1994 after being traded to the team during the season.

Larmer was a member of the 1991 Canada Cup team for Canada, where he led the entire competition in goals (6) and ranked second in points (11) behind only Wayne Gretzky.

Career statistics


*Kreiser, John and Friedman, Lou (1996), "The New York Rangers", Sports Publishing LLC, ISBN 1571670416, ISBN 9781571670410

See also

*List of NHL players
*List of NHL seasons
*NHL All-Rookie Team
*List of NHL players with 1000 points

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