|Ronald Elmer Delorme
Height: 6' 2", Weight: 185 pounds
Born: 9.3.55 North Battleford, Saskatchewan
|How he arrived: Via Entry Draft
How he left: Claimed by the Vancouver Canucks in the waiver draft, 10.5.81
|Regular Season Statistics with the Franchise
Stats in bold signifies team leader.
Delorme would join the Rockies organization full glory after the Southern Hockey League had folded during the season.
He was looking to getting back to junior hockey form as a power forward.
And it looks to me like he did towards the end of the 70s, when he got seasons of 20 and 19 goals while amassing
around 70 PIMs.
Late in the 79-80 season, he had suffered a knee injury. Offensively, he hadn't been the same since. Knee problems also
plagued him while he played with the Canucks; it ultimately lead him to his retirement in 1985.
After a year off, he would rejoin the Canucks organization, joining the scout team as an amateur scout. He would
remain there until 2000. That year, he was promoted to the Chief Amateur Scout, and holds that job to this day.
|Entry Draft: 1975 Fourth Round Pick (56th overall) by the
Kansas City Scouts
|Playoff Statistics with the Franchise