Often teaming with Walt Tkaczuk and Bill Fairbairn on the "Bulldog Line," five times Vickers scored 29 or more goals, including in 1979-80 when he scored 29 on just 98 shots. His best year was his third season (1974-75). After scoring 30 and 34 goals in his first two seasons he set personal bests with 41 goals and 89 points that season.
Of left wingers in the 1970s only Bill Barber, Steve Shutt and Rick Martin scored more points than Vickers. That's pretty good company for the Toronto native who scored 246 goals and totaled 586 points in 698 NHL games.
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