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| played_for = [[Boston Bruins]] <br> [[Toronto Maple Leafs]]<br>[[Boston Olympics]]<br>[[Brooklyn Crescents]]<br>[[Hershey Bears]]<br>[[Pittsburgh Hornets]]<br>[[Providence Reds]]
 
| played_for = [[Boston Bruins]] <br> [[Toronto Maple Leafs]]<br>[[Boston Olympics]]<br>[[Brooklyn Crescents]]<br>[[Hershey Bears]]<br>[[Pittsburgh Hornets]]<br>[[Providence Reds]]
 
| nationality = {{flagicon|CAN}} [[Canadian]]
 
| nationality = {{flagicon|CAN}} [[Canadian]]
| birth_date = {{Birth date|1927|1|25}}
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| birth_date = January 25,1927
 
| birth_place = [[Dysart]], [[Saskatchewan]]
 
| birth_place = [[Dysart]], [[Saskatchewan]]
| death_date = {{Death date and age|2012|6|22|1927|1|25}}
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| death_place = Westwood, [[Massachusetts]], USA
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'''Ferdinand Charles "Fernie" Flaman''' (January 25, 1927 June 22, 2012) was a [[Canadian]] [[professional]] [[defenceman]] who played for the [[Boston Bruins]] and [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] in the [[National Hockey League]]. He was known as a physical defensive defenceman and a consummate bodychecker. As a coach Flaman was successful at the collegiate ranks as the head coach of [[Northeastern University]].
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'''Ferdinand Charles "Fernie" Flaman''' (born January 25, 1927 in [[Dysart, Saskatchewan|Dysart]], [[Saskatchewan]]) was a [[Canadian]] [[professional]] [[defenceman]] who played for the [[Boston Bruins]] and [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] in the [[National Hockey League]]. He was known as a physical defensive defenceman and a consummate bodychecker. As a coach Flaman was successful at the collegiate ranks as the head coach of [[Northeastern University]].
   
 
==Playing Career==
 
==Playing Career==
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Flaman finished his NHL career with 34 goals and 174 assists for 208 points in 910 games, and added 1370 penalty minutes. At the time of his retirement, he was third in NHL history in career penalty minutes.
 
Flaman finished his NHL career with 34 goals and 174 assists for 208 points in 910 games, and added 1370 penalty minutes. At the time of his retirement, he was third in NHL history in career penalty minutes.
   
Flaman was inducted into the [[Hockey Hall of Fame]] in 1990. He died on June 22, 2012 at age of 85.
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Flaman was inducted into the [[Hockey Hall of Fame]] in 1990.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
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[[Category:Regina Abbotts alumni]]
 
[[Category:Regina Abbotts alumni]]
 
[[Category:Retired in 1964]]
 
[[Category:Retired in 1964]]
[[Category:Dead in 2012]]
 
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