Milwaukeehockey.com Hall of Fame
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Danny Lecours
Left wing
Born - October 5, 1955 in Princeville, Ontario

He was a no brainer to be my first pick for the milwaukeehockey.com Hall of Fame. Danny played his entire 11 season pro career in Milwaukee. He overcame his diminutive size (5'6") to finish 13th on the list of all-time goal scorers in the history of the International Hockey League. Scoring 75 goals in 1982-83 is the most by any player in IHL history. His jersey #27 is retired by the team. He played junior hockey in Quebec with Chicoutimi, where in 1975 he scored six goals in one game to break a league record held by Montreal legend Guy Lefluer.

He currently works in construction and helped build Milwaukee's Miller Park.

                                      Regular Season             Playoffs
Season   Team                  Lge    GP    G    A  Pts  PIM     GP   G   A Pts PIM
1975-76  Milwaukee Admirals    USHL   40   38   44   82   52
1976-77  Milwaukee Admirals    USHL   47   47   43   90   89
1977-78  Milwaukee Admirals    IHL    70   48   35   83   97      5   1   2   3   0
1978-79  Milwaukee Admirals    IHL    76   31   30   61   23      8   2   3   5  13
1979-80  Milwaukee Admirals    IHL     2    1    1    2    0
1980-81  Milwaukee Admirals    IHL    80   36   42   78   40      7   3   1   4   4
1981-82  Milwaukee Admirals    IHL    81   59   32   91   33      5   4   1   5   4
1982-83  Milwaukee Admirals    IHL    82   75   42  117   72     11   3   6   9   6
1983-84  Milwaukee Admirals    IHL    70   48   49   97   28      4   1   1   2   0
1984-85  Did not play
1985-86  Milwaukee Admirals    IHL    81   57   44  101   46      5   2   1   3   2
1986-87  Milwaukee Admirals    IHL    12    5    7   12    6