|Trevor Lynn Powis
Height: 6' 0", Weight: 175 pounds
Born: 7.7.49 Maryfield, Saskatchewan
|How he arrived: Claimed from the Chicago Blackhawks in the Expansion Draft, 6.12.74
How he left: Traded to the St. Louis Blues with Scouts' 2nd round pick in the 1976 E.D. for Craig
Patrick, Denis Dupere and cash, 6.18.75
|Regular Season Statistics with the Franchise
Stats in bold signifies team leader.
Powis had played a couple seasons with the University of Denver prior to becoming a pro. When he became a pro, he
was part of teams that had won championships: the Nova Scotia Voyageurs, who won the Calder Cup in 1972, and
the Omaha Knights, who won the CHL's Adams Cup the following season.
He lasted but only 2 seasons in the NHL, with the season he played for the Scouts being the second. Yeah, unfortunately,
less than memorable, even though this was the better of the two seasons pointswise.
He would start the 75-76 season with Providence in the AHL, but then would jump to the WHA. He would win the
Avco World Trophy in 1978 as part of the Winnipeg Jets. That would be his last season in North America.
He would finish his career in Germany and finally Italy. He retired in 1983.
He worked as a realtor in the Denver area after retirement. He had also coached youth hockey there.
|Entry Draft: 1969 Sixth Round Pick (68th overall) by the