About Patrick Flatley Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Patrick Flatley is a Canadian-born retired professional ice hockey player. He played from 1983 to 1997 under the New York Islanders and the New York Rangers. He spent 14 seasons playing in the rink before retiring in 1997. Flatley is a right wing.
During the 1982 NHL Entry Draft, Flatley was picked by the New York Islanders during the 21st overall draft. Flatley had an impressive rookie year and, in the first three playoff rounds, he was able to make 9 goals. The Islanders got to the Stanley Cup finals but lost to the Edmonton Oilers. He was named as the Islander’s captain in 1991. Although Flatley was not able to make as many scores, he is regarded as one of the smartest players in the NHL.
In 1997, Flatley transferred to the New York Rangers. By the end of this career, he was able to post 170 goals, and 340 assists for 510 points.
Prior to playing professionally, Flatley was part of the University of Wisconsin—Madison hockey team that got all the way to the NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Championship in 1983. The team became a national finalist a year before that.
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