| 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
180 lb (82 kg)
|Born|| June 24, 1945,|
Kingston, ON, CAN
|Pro Career||1965 – 1983|
Cashman played his junior hockey as a teammate of Bobby Orr's on the Oshawa Generals of the OHA. He played parts of three seasons in the minor leagues for the Oklahoma City Blazers and the Hershey Bears before making the Bruins' squad for good in 1969.
Cashman played his entire NHL career with the Boston Bruins (1964–65, 1967–83) as the hard-grinding left wing on the era's most formidable forward line with superstar centre Phil Esposito and right wing Ken Hodge, and was on Stanley Cup winning teams in 1970 and 1972. His best season was in 1974, when he scored 30 goals and 59 assists to finish 4th in the league in points, played in the All-Star Game and was named to the NHL Second All-Star team. He served as the captain of the Bruins from the 1978 season until 1983.
Cashman is considered by many inside the hockey world to be one of the greatest fighters in the history of the NHL.
After his retirement as a player, Cashman served in several coaching positions, largely for his former teammate Phil Esposito; five seasons as an assistant coach for the New York Rangers, four for the Tampa Bay Lightning as an assistant coach. In 1997–98, he was the head coach of the Philadelphia Flyers and served thereafter as the team's assistant coach. He was an assistant coach with the Bruins from 2001 until 2006.
His total NHL coaching record is 32-20-9
Career achievements and factsEdit
- Finished with 277 goals and 516 assists in 1027 games.
- Played for Team Canada in the 1972 Summit Series.
- At the time of his retirement, was the final active player who had played in the NHL in the "Original Six" era prior to the 1967 expansion.
Career statistics Edit
|1966–67||Oklahoma City Blazers||CHL||70||20||36||56||98||11||3||4||7||4|
|1967–68||Oklahoma City Blazers||CPHL||42||21||30||51||66||—||—||—||—||—|
|Boston Bruins captains|
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|Philadelphia Flyers head coaches|
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