Bob Graham was the first pick by the New York Rangers, 3rd overall, in the 1964 NHL Amateur Draft. He was playing for the Toronto Marlboros midgets at the time.

Graham never played a game in the NHL. He played junior hockey for the Ottawa 67's and ended up playing in the Ontario Hockey Association's senior series in the 1970's.

Correction: Bob Graham Played One NHL Exhibition game after being drafted. Emile Francis was coaching and Hadfield, Ratelle, Gac in net. Bob broke his leg on a check in the corner. NY Rangers sent him home on the train and he never fully recovered. He is a gifted hockey player who had one bad incident change his hockey life

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