|Christian Gerrard Bordeleau|
|Born September 23, 1947 in Noranda, Quebec|
|Height: 5' 8" Weight: 155 lbs.|
|Christian Bordeleau left the NHL's Chicago Blackhawks to sign with the Winnipeg Jets in August 1972. He centered the Jets' top line with Bobby Hull and Norm Beaudin and helped lead the Jets to a Western Division championship and a berth in the AVCO Cup finals in 1972-1973.|
After a disappointing 1973-1974 season, Bordeleau asked for and received a trade early in the 1974-1975 season when he was dealt to the Quebec Nordiques in exchange for defenseman Alain Beaule. That season, Bordeleau helped lead his new team to their first appearance in the AVCO Cup finals.
Bordeleau had his finest individual seasons over the next two years, recording over 100 points each year and in 1976-1977, he helped lead the Nordiques back to the AVCO Cup final, where they defeated the Jets in an epic seven-game series to capture their one and only championship.
Bordeleau's career was slowed by injuries over the next two seasons and he was forced to retire in November 1978.
Bordeleau was selected for the WHA's annual mid-season All-Star Game on two occasions and his 325 assists rank him eighth all-time in WHA history.
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