|5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
180 lb (82 kg)
Los Angeles Kings
|Born||January 7, 1966,|
Fort Erie, ON, CAN
|NHL Draft||157th overall, 1985|
|Pro Career||1985 – 1998|
He played 706 games played in the National Hockey League, scoring 199 goals and notching 251 assists for a total of 450 points, and accumulating 458 penalty minutes.
Career[edit | edit source]
His nickname, short for "Stump Pump," came from the windmill-pump salute Burridge gave after scoring.
Burridge returned to his hometown team, the Buffalo Sabres, in 1995–96 as a walk-on player. He earned a spot on the team and was the team's second leading scorer. After 3 seasons as a Sabre, his NHL career came to an end.
Accomplishments[edit | edit source]
- Over his career he made two trips to the Stanley Cup Finals with the Boston Bruins.
- With the Bruins, he was a two time winner of the Seventh Player Award (performing above and beyond expectations).
- He also won the Elizabeth C. Dufresne Trophy in 1989 as the Bruins' home MVP.
- In 1992, Burridge was named to the NHL All-Star Game while in Washington.
- In Buffalo, Randy earned the Tim Horton Memorial Award (Unsung Hero) as well as the Punch Imlach Memorial Award (Dedication and leadership 1995-1996).
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