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RICHARD GRENIER  Canada  / Austria
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BIRTHYEAR 1952-09-18 BIRTHPLACEMontréal, QC, CAN
AGE 62 NATION Canada / Austria
POSITION C SHOOTS L
HEIGHT 180 cm / 5'11" WEIGHT 78 kg / 172 lbs
STATUS Retired
NHL DRAFT 1972 round 5 #65 overall by New York Islanders



© Photo: Eggenberger/Valentin

CAREER STATISTICS Use/Embed statistics RSS feed
 SEASON TEAM LEAGUE GP G A TP PIM +/-      POST GP G A TP PIM +/- 
 1969-70 Rosemont National QMJHL 6 0 332 |            
  St-Michael Cardinaux QAHA - - --- |            
 1970-71 Québec Remparts QMJHL 62 23 769974 | Playoffs 14 7 71430  
 1971-72 Verdun Maple Leafs  QMJHL 61 46 5610283 | Playoffs 4 2 134  
 1972-73 New Haven Nighthawks AHL 66 19 203950 |            
  New York Islanders NHL 10 1 122 -2 |            
 1973-74 Fort Worth Wings CHL 70 28 265439 | Playoffs 5 2 246  
 1974-75 Fort Worth Wings CHL 55 11 142532 |            
  New Haven Nighthawks AHL 18 3 585 |            
 1975-76 Beauce Jaros NAHL Sr. 73 77 8316082 | Playoffs 12 14 41812  
 1976-77 Maine Nordiques NAHL Sr. 41 25 234812 | Playoffs 12 12 6182  
  Québec Nordiques WHA 34 11 9204 |            
 1977-78 Binghamton Dusters AHL 75 46 307637 |            
 1978-79 Binghamton Dusters AHL 68 37 276436 | Playoffs 10 6 41013  
 1979-80 VEU Feldkirch Austria 34 60 4310368 |              
  Nova Scotia Voyageurs AHL 11 6 4100 | Playoffs 6 1 342  
 1980-81 Kiekkoreipas Liiga 36 29 215036 32 |            
 1981-82 Arosa NLA 34 40 1858- |            
 1982-83 Arosa NLA 36 39 94817 |            
 1983-84 Villacher SV Austria 38 52 63115- |              
 1984-85 Villacher SV Austria 32 29 457438 |            
 1985-86 Villacher SV Austria 41 36 528830 |              
 1986-87 Villacher SV Austria 20 14 213522 |            
  Austria WC B 7 3 472 |            
 1987-88 Wiener EV Austria 34 19 264524 |              
 1988-89 Wiener EV Austria 38 11 2536- |            
 1989-90 VEU Feldkirch Austria 37 28 265410 |              
 
 TOURNAMENT STATISTICS
 1970-71 Québec Remparts Mem-Cup 7 0 220 |            



CAREER TOTALS
  GP G A TP PPG PIM  +/-    GP G A TP PPG PIM  +/- 
  Regular Season   Postseason
  AHL: 238 111 86 197 0.83 128  | 16 7 7 14 0.88 15 
  Austria: 274 249 301 550 2.01 192  |    
  CHL: 125 39 40 79 0.63 71  | 5 2 2 4 0.80
  Liiga: 36 29 21 50 1.39 36  32  |    
  Mem-Cup: 7 0 2 2 0.29 |    
  NAHL Sr.: 114 102 106 208 1.82 94  | 24 26 10 36 1.50 14 
  NHL: 10 1 1 2 0.20 -2  |    
  NLA: 70 79 27 106 1.51 17  |    
  QAHA: - - - - - |    
  QMJHL: 129 69 135 204 1.58 159  | 18 9 8 17 0.94 34 
  WC B: 7 3 4 7 1.00 |    
  WHA: 34 11 9 20 0.59 |    



CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
SEASON AWARDS BY SEASON
1975-1976 NAHL First All-Star Team
1976-1977 NAHL Second All-Star Team
1981-1982 NLA Champion (Arosa)
  NLB Champion
1989-1990 Austrian Champion
 AWARDS BY LEAGUE
- Austrian Champion 89/90
- NAHL First All-Star Team 75/76
- NAHL Second All-Star Team 76/77
- NLA Champion 81/82
- NLB Champion 81/82


PLAYER BIOGRAPHY AND TRIVIA
 
 
Richard Grenier was taken 65th overall by the New York Islanders at the 1972 Amateur Draft, but only played ten NHL-games in his rookie season. After a couple of years in the minor leagues, he left North America for Europe. There, besides three seasons in Finland and Italy, he mainly played in the Austrian league. After eight seasons or 274 games with 550 points, he won the Austrian championship with VEU Feldkirch in the last year of his professional career. Grenier also represented the Austrian national team in one World Championship (Pool B).
(by Hannes Biedermann)