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Sid Veysey
Position Centre
Height
Weight
5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
175 lb (80 kg)
Teams Vancouver Canucks
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born (1955-07-30)July 30, 1955,
Woodstock, NB, CAN
NHL Draft 182nd overall, 1975
Vancouver Canucks
WHA Draft 105th overall, 1975
Edmonton Oilers
Pro Career 1975 – 1978
1981 – 1982


Sidney G. Veysey (born July 30, 1955 in Woodstock, New Brunswick) is a retired professional ice hockey centre who played 1 game in the National Hockey League in 1977.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Veysey was selected 182nd overall in the 1975 NHL Amateur Draft by the Vancouver Canucks. Despite being an 11th round pick, he would have a strong start to his pro career, being named the IHL Rookie of the Year in 1976, scoring 87 points for the Fort Wayne Komets. The following season, he led the Tulsa Oilers, Vancouver's top minor-pro affiliate in scoring with 80 points. He made his NHL debut on October 14, 1977, but after playing just the one game was returned to Tulsa.

After returning to the minors and suffering through a disappointing season in Tulsa which was ruined by shoulder problems, Veysey retired from professional hockey to return to school at the University of New Brunswick, although he continued to play amateur hockey for the school. Following the completion of his degree, he made a brief comeback to pro hockey, suiting up for 17 games in the AHL in 1981–82 before retiring.

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