Dirk Graham
Position Right Wing
5 ft 11 in (1.8 m)
190 lb (86 kg)
Teams CHL
 Dallas Black Hawks
 Salt Lake Golden Eagles
 Toledo Goaldiggers
 Springfield Indians
 Minnesota North Stars
 Chicago Blackhawks
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born July 29 1959 (1959-07-29) (age 60),
Regina, SK, CAN
NHL Draft 89th overall, 1979
Vancouver Canucks
Pro Career 1979 – 1995

Dirk Milton Graham (born July 29, 1959 in Regina, Saskatchewan) is a retired Canadian professional forward who played for the Chicago Blackhawks and Minnesota North Stars in the National Hockey League. He was honored in 1991 as the Frank J. Selke Trophy winner for outstanding defensive play by a forward. Graham served as head coach of the Blackhawks briefly during the 1998–99 season before being relieved of his duties after 59 games.

Graham played for over 10 NHL seasons, appearing in 772 games. He scored 219 goals and 270 assists with 917 penalty minnutes, In the playoffs, he played in 90 games with 17 goals and 27 assists.

In 1992, Graham captained the Blackhawks to the Stanley Cup Finals, but they got swept by the Pittsburgh Penguins. He is currently a scout for the San Jose Sharks.

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Preceded by
Denis Savard
Chicago Blackhawks captains
Succeeded by
Chris Chelios
Preceded by
Rick Meagher
Frank J. Selke Trophy winner
Succeeded by
Guy Carbonneau
Chicago Blackhawks Head Coaches
Muldoon Stanley Lehman Gardiner Irvin Shaughnessy Tobin Iverson Matheson Gorman Loughlin Stewart Thompson Gottselig Conacher Goodfellow Abel Eddolls Ivan Pilous Reay White Pulford Johnston Magnuson Pulford Tessier Pulford Murdoch Keenan D. Sutter Hartsburg Graham Molleken Pulford Suhonen B. Sutter Yawney Savard

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