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Where are they now?
Thursday, 1 July 2004
Peter Ing
I remember back in 1990-91 when the Toronto Maple Leafs were a pretty crappy team. But one player I really liked was a young goalie Peter Ing, who had just taken over for Allan Bester. Ing played over 50 games for the Leafs in the 1990-91 season. He was traded just before the 1991-92 season from with Vincent Damphousse, Luke Richardson, Scott Thornton, future considerations and cash to the Edmonton Oilers for Glenn Anderson, Craig Berube and Grant Fuhr (G).

After the trade to Edmonton, Ing only played 12 NHL games for the Oilers, spending the next 2-3 seasons in the minors. In 1994 he got a shot with the Detroit Red Wings but only played 3 games before heading back to the minors. His last professional game seems to have been during the 1995-96 season with the Cincinnati Cyclones of the IHL.

Posted by hplayerz at 1:10 PM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 10 July 2004 11:00 AM EDT
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