Ray: 'It's not something I planned'
The Sabres enforcer put up record numbers in penalty minutes, but his legacy is in the rulebook.
Rob Ray had his share of memorable moments in the National Hockey League.
He scored his first goal on his very first shot in the NHL. He scored the winner in Game 4 of the 1999 Eastern Conference final, which turned into a 3-1 series lead for the Buffalo Sabres and an eventual trip to the Stanley Cup final. He also won the King Clancy Memorial Award that year, acknowledgement for his leadership and humanitarian contributions.
He's best known for leaving his mark on Buffalo and NHL ...
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