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PAUL MULVEY  Canada
a.k.a. "Joseph Paul Mulvey"

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BIRTHYEAR 1958-09-27 BIRTHPLACESudbury, ON, CAN
AGE 56 NATION Canada
POSITION LW SHOOTS L
HEIGHT 193 cm / 6'4" WEIGHT 98 kg / 216 lbs
STATUS Retired
NHL DRAFT 1978 round 2 #20 overall by Washington Capitals


Brother: Grant Mulvey

CAREER STATISTICS Use/Embed statistics RSS feed
 SEASON TEAM LEAGUE GP G A TP PIM +/-      POST GP G A TP PIM +/- 
 1973-74 Merritt Centennials BCJHL 60 27 3158200 |            
 1974-75 Edmonton Oil Kings WCHL 49 18 1937179 |            
 1975-76 Edmonton Oil Kings WCHL 69 29 3867331 | Playoffs 5 1 3413  
 1976-77 Portland Winterhawks WCHL 63 43 2568251 | Playoffs 3 2 1311  
 1977-78 Portland Winterhawks WCHL 64 43 3376262 | Playoffs 8 0 3360  
 1978-79 Hershey Bears AHL 24 10 313113 |            
  Washington Capitals NHL 55 7 41181 -18 |            
 1979-80 Washington Capitals NHL 77 15 1934240 -8 |            
 1980-81 Washington Capitals NHL 55 7 1421166 -9 |            
  Hershey Bears AHL 19 4 81221 | Playoffs 10 2 3554  
 1981-82 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 27 1 7876 -7 |            
  Los Angeles Kings NHL 11 0 7750 0 |            
  New Haven Nighthawks AHL 19 3 3665 | Playoffs 3 0 0014  
 1982-83 Moncton Alpines AHL 58 11 1122270 |            
 
 TOURNAMENT STATISTICS
 1976-77 WCHL All-Stars CHL Challenge 5 3 368 |            



CAREER TOTALS
  GP G A TP PPG PIM  +/-    GP G A TP PPG PIM  +/- 
  Regular Season   Postseason
  AHL: 120 28 25 53 0.44 469  | 13 2 3 5 0.38 68 
  BCJHL: 60 27 31 58 0.97 200  |    
  CHL Challenge: 5 3 3 6 1.20 |    
  NHL: 225 30 51 81 0.36 613  -42  |    
  WCHL: 245 133 115 248 1.01 1023  | 16 3 7 10 0.63 84 



CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
SEASON AWARDS BY SEASON
1973-1974 BCHL Merritt Centennials Athlete-Scholar Award
 AWARDS BY LEAGUE
- BCHL Merritt Centennials Athlete-Scholar Award 73/74


PLAYER BIOGRAPHY AND TRIVIA
 
 
 
The Mulvey Incident:

Mulvey became the center of a major NHL controversy during the 1981-82 season when he refused to leave the Los Angeles bench to start a second-period brawl on Jan. 24, 1982, in Vancouver. Don Perry, who had recently been named head coach of the Kings, ordered Mulvey to lead a his teammates into what would become a bench-clearing brawl. Mulvey refused, despite Perry's repeating the order three more times. Mulvey remained on the bench until Los Angeles' Rick Chartraw and Mark Hardy took the initiative and led the entire team out onto the ice. Even though Mulvey did join the brawl, Perry was livid that he had refused to initiate it, and accused Mulvey of failing to stand up for teammates. Mulvey was benched for the rest of the game and held out of practices and games until the Kings placed him on waivers on Jan. 29, 1982. Perry said he didn't want Mulvey on the team any longer, but Mulvey, who was coming off a one-game suspension, argued that Perry had been forcing him to perform a goon's role that would have led to more suspensions. Mulvey said Perry told him to "go out there and don't just dance." Mulvey, who had only been with the team for 25 days, was so stunned by the command that he hesitated, thereby setting off the famous confrontation with Perry. Mulvey cleared waivers and was sent to the Kings' AHL affiliate in New Haven. When details of the incident came out in the press, the NHL fined Perry $5,000 and suspended him for 15 days (six games). Mulvey, on the other hand, became overnight media darling for his stand, although he would never play another NHL game