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Paul Ysebaert Born May 15, 1966 (1966-05-15) (age 45) Sarnia, ON, CAN Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) Weight 190 lb (86 kg; 13 st 8 lb) Position Left wing Shot Left Played for AHL Utica Devils NHL New Jersey Devils Detroit Red Wings Chicago Blackhawks Winnipeg Jets Tampa Bay Lightning NHL Draft 74th overall, 1984 New Jersey Devils Playing career 1987–1999 Paul Robert Ysebaert (born May 15, 1966) is a former professional ice hockey player. During his fourteen year playing career in the National Hockey League, Ysebaert played left wing for the New Jersey Devils, Detroit Red Wings, Winnipeg Jets, Chicago Blackhawks, and Tampa Bay Lightning. Ysebaert accumulated a total of 336 points in 532 games during his career. Ysebaert was one of the more popular players in Detroit during the early 1990s after arriving in a trade from the New Jersey Devils. Earning the nickname "Rocket Man" from the fans, he enjoyed his best season in 1991–1992, with 35 goals and 40 assists. The same year he became the first Red Wing to win the NHL Plus/Minus Award. Ysebaert was dealt to the Winnipeg Jets before the 1993–1994 season for former University of Michigan defenceman Aaron Ward. He currently does work on behalf of the Red Wings Alumni Association. External links Paul Ysebaert's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database Profile at hockeydraftcentral.com Preceded by new creation, no captain 1992–95 Tampa Bay Lightning captains 1995–97 Succeeded by Mikael Renberg Preceded by Marty McSorley and Theoren Fleury Winner of the NHL Plus/Minus Award 1992 Succeeded by Mario Lemieux Persondata Name Ysebaert, Paul Alternative names Short description Date of birth May 15, 1966 Place of birth Sarnia, ON, CAN Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to a Canadian ice hockey winger born in the 1960s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e