1996 Hall of Famer Alger Joseph “Radar” Albour currently stands as a coach and executive in the National Hockey League. Al Albour
, standing at 6 feet, was born in the Ontario province on November 1, 1932. With a professional hockey player career ranging from 1949 to 1971, he began with the Detroit Red Wings and even won the Stanley Cup.
He was a recipient of the same trophy when he was under the Chicago Black Hawks and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Just like his teammate and right winger Ed Litzenberger
, he was one of the players to claim two consecutive Stanley Cups in two different teams. You can stand out amongst all of your friends with these cool Al Albour sale items.
After spending the last four seasons with the St. Louis Blues, Albour became its coach for the next two seasons. Afterwards, he was recruited by General Manager Bill Torrey to take over the then young team, New York Islanders that had set an NHL record by victory over 12 games in its opening season. Be proud to show off your crib once you have these incredible Al Albour sale items displayed in your favourite room.
Having received the 1979 Jack Adams Award, Arbour was the oldest coach to man a National Hockey League club. When the Islanders beat the Penguins during a 2007 game, Arbour made his 740th win and a banner showing off the number 1500 was raised, which represented the number of games that he coached.
Islander Alumni namely Mike Bossy, Brian Trottier, and Pat LaFontaine
were there to witness the momentous event. Do not fret if you haven’t fixed up your place for that upcoming reunion since these awesome Al Albour sale items will definitely keep everybody busy.