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Video- Red Berenson From Regina

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Gordon “Red” Berenson is a legend at the University of Michigan and is now in his 31st season as Wolverines head coach, but it’s Regina where the “Red Baron” got his start.  Berenson participated in two Memorial Cups with the Regina Pats before being drafted by the Montreal Canadiens straight out of high school. Against the advice of the Habs, he joined the University of Michigan where he scored 79 career goals. He became the first Canadian to go from a U.S. college team to the NHL. Berenson won a Stanley Cup with Montreal before becoming a star with St. Louis, going on to seven 20-goal seasons in the NHL.

 

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