Troy Crowder

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Troy Crowder
Born (1968-05-03) May 3, 1968 (age 53)
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
Height 6 ft 4 in (193 cm)
Weight 238 lb (108 kg; 17 st 0 lb)
Position Right Wing
Shot Right
Played for Vancouver Canucks
Los Angeles Kings
Detroit Red Wings
New Jersey Devils
NHL Draft 108th overall, 1986
New Jersey Devils
Playing career 19871997

Troy Crowder (born May 3, 1968) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey right winger who played parts of seven seasons in the National Hockey League with the New Jersey Devils, Detroit Red Wings, Los Angeles Kings, and Vancouver Canucks from 1987–88 to 1996–97.

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Crowder was born in Sudbury, Ontario. He was drafted 108th overall by the Devils in the 1986 NHL Entry Draft. He compiled 433 career penalty minutes in 150 NHL games played. He also scored nine goals and sixteen points. [1]

Politics

In June 2017, Crowder announced that he was seeking the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario nomination in the provincial riding of Sudbury for the 2018 Ontario general elections. He was acclaimed as the candidate on June 29, 2017. [2] Crowder placed second in the election, behind Ontario New Democratic Party candidate Jamie West.

Following his defeat in the provincial election, Crowder registered to run for mayor of Greater Sudbury in the 2018 municipal election. He finished fifth in that race.

Career statistics

   Regular season   Playoffs
Season TeamLeagueGP G A Pts PIM GPGAPtsPIM
1985–86 Hamilton Steelhawks OHL 56448178
1986–87 Belleville Bulls OHL21551052
1986–87 North Bay Centennials OHL35611179023391299
1987–88 New Jersey Devils NHL 100012
1987–88 North Bay CentennialsOHL912344
1987–88 Belleville BullsOHL46122739103623524
1987–88 Utica Devils AHL 300015
1988–89 Utica DevilsAHL626410152200025
1989–90 New Jersey DevilsNHL1000023200010
1989–90 Nashville Knights ECHL 300015
1990–91 New Jersey DevilsNHL59639182
1991–92 Detroit Red Wings NHL70003510000
1994–95 Los Angeles Kings NHL2912399
1995–96 Los Angeles KingsNHL1510142
1996–97 Vancouver Canucks NHL3012352
1996–97 Syracuse Crunch AHL20000
1997–98 Hannover Scorpions DEL 1311272611233
1998–99 Hershey Bears AHL2501144
1998–99 London Knights BISL 162357161124
2002–03 Saint-Jean Mission QSPHL 40220
NHL totals1509716433400022

Electoral results

2018 Ontario general election : Sudbury
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
New Democratic Jamie West 17,38648.07+12.92
Progressive Conservative Troy Crowder 8,40523.24+15.73
Liberal Glenn Thibeault 8,10822.42-18.83
Green David Robinson1,5044.16+0.92
Consensus Ontario Mila Chavez Wong2840.79
Libertarian James Wendler2120.59
None of the Above David Sylvestre1860.51
Independent J. David Popescu820.23+0.14
Total valid votes36,167100.0  
Turnout54.9
Eligible voters65,850
New Democratic gain from Liberal Swing -1.37
Source: Elections Ontario [3]

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References

  1. Internet Hockey Database, http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=1173 accessed 23 January 2010
  2. "Former NHL tough guy Crowder puts up dukes for PCs". Sudbury Star , June 28, 2017.
  3. "Summary of Valid Votes Cast for each Candidate" (PDF). Elections Ontario. p. 10-11. Retrieved 20 January 2019.