Owen Nolan crashes the net in 1993 as a Quebec Nordique. Nolan spent his first five seasons with the Nordiques and played nine games for the Colorado Avalanch before he was traded to the San Jose Sharks.
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Nolan spent nearly eight seasons with the San Jose Sharks, serving as captain from 1998-2003. Nolan tallied career highs in 1999-2000 as a Shark, notching 44 goals and 84 points.
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Nolan was part of the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic team that won Canada's first Olympic gold-medal in men's hockey in 50 years.
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Nolan was a hard-hitting power forward for the Sharks, seen here in 1997. In 1,200 career NHL games, Nolan racked up 1,793 penalty minutes.
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Owen Nolan was shipped to the Toronto Maple Leafs on March 7, 2003.
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Nolan chats with Leaf tough guy Tie Domi before playing his first game for Toronto.
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Nolan scored in his first game for the Leafs, March 8, 2003.
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Nolan would go on to tally 60 points in 79 games for the Leafs over two seasons in Toronto before the NHL lockout.
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Nolan returned to the NHL in 2006, playing one season for teh Phoenix Coyotes.
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Nolan would play the 2007-08 campaign with the Calgary Flames before spending his final two seasons in Minnesota.
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