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Though it's been six years since he last threw a bodycheck in anger, to many Wendel Clark remains the quintessential Maple Leaf.

A rough-and-tumble power forward with a wicked shot and an even more wicked right hook, Clark played 13 of his 15 NHL seasons in blue and white and wore the C on his jersey from 1991 to '94. He scored 330 goals in his career, but to listen to many longtime Leaf fans it was more than 500.

Today, Clark works with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment in community relations and lives with his wife Denise and children Kylie, Kassie and Kody north of Toronto. He also signed on to be part of a new Hockey Night In Canada instructional series, Think Hockey, which made its debut last night. He took time recently to sit down with Unplugged at the Air Canada Centre.

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truebluefan said:
He scored 330 goals in his career, but to listen to many longtime Leaf fans it was more than 500.
They're lying! It was 500 I tell ya'! 500! :mad:

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He was a good one. Played his heart out. Strange you know. Even with out a Cup, some players gave so much, that you'd think that they had won one. I know Dougie won the Selke, a kudos to him... but man.

Players like that....
 
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