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Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on May 21st, 2024

Simon Laurent Nolet - Born November 23, 1941 in Saint-Odilon-de-Cranbourne, Quebec is a Canadian retired ice Hockey right winger.

- Allan Cup Champion 1965 with Sherbrooke Castors / Sherbrooke Beavers.
- Quebec Provincial Senior League Champion 1965 with Sherbrooke.
- Eastern Canada Hockey Champion 1965 with Sherbrooke.

- F. G. "Teddy" Oke Trophy Champion 1966 with Quebec Aces.

- 1967-68 John B. Sollenberger Trophy Winner with Quebec Aces.
Calder Cup finalist 1968.

- Stanley Cup Champion 1974 with Philadelphia Flyers.
- Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Champion 1974 with Philadelphia Flyers.

Nolet made his NHL debut with Philadelphia Flyers on February 10, 1968 vs St. Louis Blues at St. Louis Arena in a 2-1 Flyers win.

Nolet scored his 1st NHL goal vs Ed Giacomin of the New York Rangers at 2:34 of the 1st period on October 16, 1968 at Madison Square Garden in a 3-1 Rangers win.

Nolet scored his 1st NHL hat-trick vs Gerry Cheevers of the Boston Bruins on March 7, 1970 at The Spectrum in a 5-5 tie.

Nolet played in 562 regular season NHL games, scoring 150 goals (17 GWG), 182 assists with 187 penalty minutes and 34 NHL playoff games, scoring 6 goals, 3 assists with 8 penalty minutes.


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