Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Andy Bathgate, Hockey Hall of Fame Winger

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Andy Bathgate, Hockey Hall of Fame Winger

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Hockey Hall of Fame winger Andy Bathgate, one of the most prolific scorers of his day, has died. The former Penguins player was 83.

Mr. Bathgate's death was confirmed by the Hockey Hall of Fame and by the New York Rangers on Friday.

A dynamic shooter and playmaker, Mr. Bathgate was the NHL's MVP for the 1958-59 season when he scored 40 goals and had 88 points. He was the first member of the Rangers to score 40 times in a season.

A two-time first-team all-star in an era when Gordie Howe was the dominant right wing, Mr. Bathgate played in eight All-Star games. He spent just under 12 seasons with the Rangers before being traded to Toronto in 1964, when he won his only Stanley Cup.

Mr. Bathgate also played for Detroit and Pittsburgh in the NHL and Vancouver in the WHA during his 18 pro seasons. …

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