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Philippe Louis Myre (born November 1, 1948 in Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender.

Playing careerEdit

Originally selected by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1966 NHL Entry Draft, Myre played parts of three seasons with the Canadiens. In 1971 he played 30 regular season games, and dressed for 70. However during the playoffs Myre lost his job to Ken Dryden. When Montreal won the cup, they included Myre on the team picture, and gave him a Stanley Cup ring. However, his name was left off the cup, even though he qualified, because he did not dress for the playoffs. He was then claimed by the Atlanta Flames in the 1972 NHL Expansion Draft, where he would play for almost six seasons. Myre would also play for the St. Louis Blues, Philadelphia Flyers, Colorado Rockies, and Buffalo Sabres. The goaltending tandem of Myre and Pete Peeters backstopped the Flyers to a 35-game undefeated streak during the 1979–80 NHL season, an NHL record.

After his playing career, Myre moved into coaching, and was a scout and goaltending coach for the Florida Panthers.[1]

Career statisticsEdit

regular seasonEdit

Season   Team                        Lge    GP   Min   GA  SO   GAA   W   L   T    SV    SV%
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1966-67  Niagara Falls Flyers        OHA    33   N/A  135   1  4.03  N/A N/A N/A  N/A    N/A  
1968-69  Houston Apollos             CHL    53  3150  150   2  2.83  N/A N/A N/A  N/A    N/A       
1969-70  Montreal Voyageurs          AHL    15   900   37   0  2.47  N/A N/A N/A  N/A    N/A
1969-70  Montreal Canadiens          NHL    10   503   19   0  2.27   4   3   2   N/A    N/A 
1970-71  Montreal Canadiens          NHL    30  1677   87   1  3.11  13  11   4   824  0.905
1971-72  Montreal Canadiens          NHL     9   528   32   0  3.63   4   5   0   N/A    N/A 
1972-73  Atlanta Flames              NHL    46  2736  138   2  3.03  16  23   5   N/A    N/A 
1973-74  Atlanta Flames              NHL    36  2020  112   0  3.33  11  16   6   N/A    N/A 
1974-75  Atlanta Flames              NHL    40  2400  114   5  2.85  14  16  10  1139  0.909
1975-76  Atlanta Flames              NHL    37  2129  123   1  3.47  16  16   4   948  0.885
1976-77  Atlanta Flames              NHL    43  2422  124   3  3.07  17  17   7   N/A    N/A 
1977-78  Atlanta Flames              NHL     9   523   43   0  4.93   2   7   0   N/A    N/A 
1977-78  St. Louis Blues             NHL    44  2620  159   1  3.64  11  25   8   N/A    N/A 
1978-79  St. Louis Blues             NHL    39  2259  163   1  4.33   9  22   8   N/A    N/A 
1979-80  Philadelphia Flyers         NHL    41  2367  141   0  3.57  18   7  15   N/A    N/A 
1980-81  Colorado Rockies            NHL    10   580   33   0  3.41   3   6   1   N/A    N/A
1980-81  Philadelphia Flyers         NHL    16   900   61   0  4.07   6   5   4   N/A    N/A
1981-82  Fort Worth Texans           CHL    10   615   40   0  3.90   4   5   1   321  0.889
1981-82  Colorado Rockies            NHL    24  1256  112   0  5.35   2  17   2   557  0.833
1982-83  Rochester Americans         AHL    43  2541  156   0  3.68  28   8   5   N/A    N/A
1982-83  Buffalo Sabres              NHL     5   300   21   0  4.20   3   2   0   131  0.862
1983-84  Rochester Americans         AHL   N/A  1801  104   3  3.46  19   9   1   N/A    N/A


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