Frank Banham owned WHL goaltenders in 94-95, tallying 83 tucks in one season with the Saskatoon Blades.
Playing on one of the most productive lines in a generation, Banham, his center, Mark Deyell, and his winger Clark Wilm combined for 193 goals that season. Simply astonishing numbers for 3 players to produce that much.
Frank was originally drafted by the Capitals, but went unsigned, so became a free agent. He ended up signing with Anaheim during his last year in the WHL.
Banham went on to play short stints for the Ducks and the Coyotes, before jumping overseas and finishing his 20 year professional career.
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