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'''Richard Wamsley''' (b. May 25, 1959 in [[Simcoe]], [[Ontario]]) is a retired [[Canadian]] [[professional]] [[goaltender]] who played for the [[Montreal Canadiens]], [[St. Louis Blues]], [[Calgary Flames]] and [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] in the [[National Hockey League]].
 
'''Richard Wamsley''' (b. May 25, 1959 in [[Simcoe]], [[Ontario]]) is a retired [[Canadian]] [[professional]] [[goaltender]] who played for the [[Montreal Canadiens]], [[St. Louis Blues]], [[Calgary Flames]] and [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] in the [[National Hockey League]].
   
Wamsley won the [[William M. Jennings Trophy]] with [[Denis Herron]] in 1982 and a [[Stanley Cup]] with the [[1988–89 NHL season|1989]] Flames. He is currently the goaltender coach for the [[Ottawa Senators]].
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Wamsley won the [[William M. Jennings Trophy]] with [[Denis Herron]] in 1982 and a [[Stanley Cup]] with the [[1988–89 NHL season|1989]] Flames. He is currently the goaltender coach for the [[St. Louis Blues]].
   
 
Wamsley played his junior hockey with the [[St. Catharines Fincups]], [[Hamilton Fincups]], and [[Brantford Alexanders]] from 1976-1979. He was then drafted by the [[Montreal Canadiens]] 58th overall in the [[1979 NHL Entry Draft]].
 
Wamsley played his junior hockey with the [[St. Catharines Fincups]], [[Hamilton Fincups]], and [[Brantford Alexanders]] from 1976-1979. He was then drafted by the [[Montreal Canadiens]] 58th overall in the [[1979 NHL Entry Draft]].
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In 1992 he was traded to the [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] where he finished his career in 1993.
 
In 1992 he was traded to the [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] where he finished his career in 1993.
 
After his retirement he was an assistant [[coach]] of the Leafs for two seasons and the [[Barrie Colts]] for one. Wamsley then spent three seasons as an assistant with the [[Columbus Blue Jackets]] and four with the [[St. Louis Blues]]. He was a mid-season replacement as head coach of the [[Peoria Rivermen]] in 2009-10 before joining the Senators.
 
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
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[[Category:Stanley Cup champions]]
 
[[Category:Stanley Cup champions]]
 
[[Category:Toronto Maple Leafs players]]
 
[[Category:Toronto Maple Leafs players]]
[[Category:Retired in 1993]]
 
[[Category:Canadian ice hockey coaches]]
 
[[Category:Toronto Maple Leafs coaches]]
 
[[Category:Barrie Colts coaches]]
 
[[Category:Columbus Blue Jackets coaches]]
 
[[Category:St. Louis Blues coaches]]
 
[[Category:Peoria Rivermen coaches]]
 
[[Category:Ottawa Senators coaches]]
 

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