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Darryl Sittler was the eighth overall pick in the 1970 NHL Entry Draft.

Darryl Sittler was the eighth overall pick in the 1970 NHL Entry Draft.

He played professionally from 1970 until 1985 for the Maple Leafs, the Philadelphia Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings. The 24-year-old Sittler took over the captain's duties for the Maple Leafs, becoming the second-youngest captain in Leafs' history.

On February 7, 1976 Sittler set the NHL record for most points scored in one game when he recorded ten points (six goals,four assists) against the Boston Bruins. His record still stands today.He finished the season with 41 goals and 59 assists, being the first Leaf to reach the mark.

In 1991, Sittler's number 27 was retired by the Leafs and he rejoined the organization as a consultant under new General Manager Cliff Fletcher.

In 1998, Darryl was ranked number 93 on The Hockey News' list of the 100 Greatest Hockey Players.

His Career Statistics are: 484 goals scored, 637 assists over 1,096 games played.

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