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Daniel Corso

Worcester Ice Cats #15

Daniel was one of the steals of the 1996 NHL Draft, drafted 169th overall by the St. Louis Blues. Last season he led the QMJHL in scoring, and after returning from Blues training camp to Victoriaville, he was on a similar pace until he thought he was a football player and suffered a shoulder injury that knocked him out 6 weeks. Upon coming he was on a 2.5 point per game pace and was selected for the Canadian World Junior Team that played in Helsinki, Finland. Victoriaville was knocked out of the QMJHL playoffs in the first round, Corso only playing in three of the six games for unknown reasons. He also particpated in the Blues mini rookie camp at the end of July/beg. of August 1998. And when he walks carrying bag, he bops like a squirrel! And his favorite player is Eric Lindros.

HEIGHT: 5'10"
AGE: 20
BIRTHDATE: April 3, 1978
BIRTHPLACE: St-Hubert, Québec
97-98 TEAM: Victoriaville Tigers (QMJHL)

 YEAR       CLUB           GP   G    A   PTS   PIM  
 97-98    Victoriaville    35  24   51    75    37
 96-97    Victoriaville    54  51   68   119    50
 95-96    Victoriaville    65  49   65   114    77
 94-95    Victoriaville    65  27   26    53     6
 1995     Under-18          4   4    0     4     2

Daniel Links & Pictures

Les Tigres de Victoriaville
TSN's World Junior Site

See Daniel wearing a Finnish jersey in the WJC

Daniel on the WJ bench
Daniel in 98 Blues Training camp
Daniel taking face-off at 98 Blues Training Camp
Daniel taking opening face-off in 09/21/98 pre-season game against Stars
With Pronger in that same game.
Lame-o article in STL Post-Dispatch, 08/03/98, I think

The official Worcester page roster with a profile

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