Clifford Eugene Koroll (born October 1, 1946) is a retired professional ice hockey right winger. After earning all-WCHA honors at the University of Denver in 1968, Koroll signed an NHL contract and played his entire National Hockey League career spanning from 1969 to 1980 with the Chicago Blackhawks. He then became as assistant coach for the Black Hawks for six seasons (1980–1984 and 1985–1987). In the 1984–85 season he served as head coach for the Milwaukee Admirals of the International Hockey League. Currently leads the Chicago Blackhawks Alumni Association as President. On October 19, 2006 he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame at his Alma Mater the University of Denver. He was also inducted into the Chicago Sports Hall of Fame, Illinois Hockey Hall of Fame and Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame.
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Grant "Granny" Mulvey (born September 17, 1956) played all but 12 games of his 586 game NHL career with the Chicago Blackhawks. Mulvey holds the record for being the youngest player, since expansion in 1967, to score an NHL goal, scoring his first NHL goal at the age of 18 years, 32 days.
On February 3, 1982 in a game against the St. Louis Blues, Mulvey scored five goals and added two assists for seven points, setting a franchise record for most goals in a game.
Grant has made his home in a Chicago suburb while dedicating time to his family, business, Chicago Blackhawk Alumni Association, LINK Unlimited and Ronald McDonald Children’s Hospital at Loyola University Medical Center.
Reggie Kerr (born October 16, 1957 in Oxbow, Saskatchewan). Kerr was drafted in the 3rd Round, 41st overall in the 1977 NHL Amateur Draft by the Cleveland Barons, but only managed to play seven games for the Barons before he was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks for Randy Holt. Kerr spent 5 seasons with the Blackhawks and scored a career-high 30 goals and 30 assists during the 1980-81 season. He left in 1982 and spent a season in the AHL for the Springfield Indiansbefore signing with the Edmonton Oilers, but he was assigned back to the AHL with the Moncton Alpines and played just 3 games for the Oilers. Kerr departed at the end of the season and retired. In total, Kerr played 263 NHL games, scoring 66 goals and 94 assists for 160 points.
Kerr now lives in the Chicago area, and is President of R.J.Kerr, Inc., an office furniture company.
Peter Marsh (born December 21, 1956 in Halifax, Nova Scotia) played 230 games in the WHA and 278 games in the NHL. He played for the Winnipeg Jets, Cincinnati Stingers, and Chicago Blackhawks.
He was drafted 29th overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 1976 NHL Amateur Draft. Rather than join the Penguins Marsh opted for the Cincinnati Stingers of the WHA. He played 3 seasons there. When the WHA and NHL merged in 1979, Marsh ended up with the Winnipeg Jets.
He spent part of that season with the Jets and then was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks. He played 3 seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks.