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Phil Hergesheimer

Phil Hergesheimer  #10

Right Wing
NUMBER: 10 BIRTHDATE: July 9, 1914
HEIGHT: 5' 10" BIRTHPLACE: Winnipeg, MB, Canada
WEIGHT: 175
Shoots: Right
Brother of Wally AHA Second All-Star Team (1937) IAHL First All-Star Team (1939) AHL First All-Star Team (1944, 1947) AHL Second All-Star Team (1948, 1949) OSHL First All-Star Team (1952) OSHL Second All-Star Team (1953) Loaned to Detroit (IHL) by Boston (Can-Am) for cash, January 1, 1936 and recalled, January 10, 1936. Loaned to London (IHL) by Boston (Can-Am) for cash, February 19, 1936. Traded to Chicago by Cleveland (IAHL) for Charley Mason, Harold Jackson and $15,000, May 17, 1939. Suspended by Chicago for refusing assignment to Kansas City (AHA), January 16, 1942. Traded to Boston by Chicago for cash with Chicago holding right of recall, January 26, 1942. Rights returned to Chicago by Boston, July 1, 1942.
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It was a big dream. [Messi] is probably the best athlete out there, so it's a big honor, for [Kuznetzov] as well. It's maybe a once in a lifetime opportunity to meet the best player in soccer right now. I'm a big Barcelona fan and Messi fan, so it's huge. You can take [Michael] Jordan, [Mark] Messier, [Wayne] Gretzky, those kinds of [people]. It's an honor to meet. It's nice to be in that position.

— Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin told told Monumental Network after meeting soccer star Lionel Messi prior to Argentina's practice at Fed Ex Field in Landover, Md. on Friday