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Who is Al MacInnis?
Al MacInnis: Allan MacInnis is a retired Canadian ice hockey defenceman who played 23 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Calgary Flames and St. Louis Blues. A first round selection of the Flames in the 1981 NHL Entry Draft, he went on to become a 13-time All-Star. He was named the Conn Smythe Trophy winner as the most valuable player of the playoffs in 1989 after leading the Flames to the Stanley Cup championship. He was voted the winner of the James Norris Memorial Trophy in 1999 as the top defenceman in the league while a member of the Blues.
- also known as Allan MacInnis, Chopper
- born on (52 years ago) in Inverness County, child of Anna Mae MacInnis and Alex MacInnis
- nationality: Canada
- profession: Coach, ice hockey player
- Marriage with Jackie Maclnnis since
- parent of
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An Encyclopedia by Steven A. Riess
Calgary«s championship team included Theo Fleury, Doug Gilmour, Al MacInnis, Lanny McDonald, Joe Nieuwendyk, and Mike ...
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