Hershey Bears Alumni: Greg Theberge

Hershey Bears of the past. A Blog devoted to the past players of the American Hockey Leagues Hershey Bears. Once a week a former Bear will be profiled. Learn about the individuals who made the Bears the greatest team in minor league hockey history.

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Greg Theberge

"The Bears organization was very good to me as a player and as a member of the community," according to Greg Theberge. The defenseman has great success with Hershey making the all-star team and breaking Ralph Keller's record for points by a d-man in a single season. Of course there was also the Calder Cup victory of 1980.
Hockey has always been a big part of Theberge's life as his grandfather Dit Clapper won three Stanley Cups with the Boston Bruins and is a member of the Hockey hall of Fame.
Theberge spent parts of 5 seasons in the NHL with the Washington Capitals before embarking on a career in Europe.
The Peterborough native eventually moved to North Bay, Ontario and remains active in coaching.


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