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 NEW YORK STATE HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY- HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 1997


 Guy Hebert LaSalle Institute-Troy (1983-1984)
   


 
 

Guy Herbert grew up in Troy, NY where he played youth hockey and High School hockey at LaSalle Institute.  While at LaSalle, the Cadets went to the newly formed New York State High School Hockey State Championships in 1984. 

He went on to play four years at Hamilton College and was drafted his sophomore year in the 8th round, 158th overall, by St. Louis in 1987.  While playing at Hamilton, the announcer used to say his name with French-Canadian accent as a joke, (GEE ay-BAIR) and since then, people have mistakenly pronounced his name like that.  Guy played in the minors for several years for the Peoria Rivermen before being called up to the St. Louis Blues in December of 1991.  His time in Peoria earned him a spot on the IHL Second All Star Team, and a share of the James Norris Memorial Trophy for fewest goals against in the IHL. 

In 1992-93, he was full-time with the Blues as a back up to Curtis Joseph.  He was the first pick of the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft, and he played there as the starting goalie for the next seven seasons, making him the last of the original Ducks with the team, after which he was placed on waivers and the New York Rangers claimed him.  He retired in 2001.  Guy still ranks 1st or 2nd in every major goalkeeping statistic if the Ducks franchise.  Aside from his NHL career Guy also was selected to the United States hockey team for the 1994 world championships and the US team that won the 1996 World Cup and the 1998 Olympic team in Nagano.  He was a 1997 NHL All-Star.

  • Played for LaSalle Institute in 1984 State Tournament
  • Played for four years at Hamilton College
  • Selected by St. Louis Blues in 8th Round, 158 Overall in 1987 NHL Entry Draft
  • Played for St. Louis Blues, Anaheim Mighty Ducks and New York Rangers.
  • Represented US in 1994 World Championships and 1996 World Cup.
  • Was first player to have played in over 400 games for Anaheim Mighty Ducks.
  • Played in NHL All-Star game in 1997

 

Guy was inducted into the New York State High School Hockey- Hall of Fame, March 1997, for his dedication to the sport as a truly great coach who has contributed noteworthy service to New York State high school hockey.
 
 

The New York State High School Hockey- Hall of Fame, located in the Lake Placid Olympic Center's '80 Rink hallway,  recognizes former outstanding Players, Coaches and Teams that have contributed noteworthy service to New York State high school hockey.


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