Prior to his NHL career, there was a Rob Ray appearance with the Cornwall Royals of the OHL. In the 1988 NHL Entry Draft, Ray was drafted 97th overall by the Buffalo Sabres. At the start of the 1990 to 1991 season, there was a regular Rob Ray appearance with the Sabres all the way through the end of the ’02-’03 season. He spent the next two years with the Ottawa Senators.
Though he had a successful career, hockey-wise, the most notable Rob Ray legacy is what’s now known as the “Rob Ray Rule.” As a result of Ray removing his jersey, helmet, and pads before any fight (so opponents wouldn’t have anything to grasp onto and would slide backwards), the NHL implemented a rule penalizing players who removed their attire during a fight.
**Rob Ray Speaker**
The list of Rob Ray speaker topics include his successful hockey career, as well as his display of leadership and humanitarianism, proved by the NHL’s decision to award ray the King Clancy Memorial Trophy in 1999.
**Rob Ray Appearance**
Now retired from the NHL, there is a regular Rob Ray appearance as an intermission, sideline, and post game reporter for Buffalo Sabres games on MSG Network. There is also a Rob Ray appearance as a co-host in The Enforcers for Time Warner Sports 26.
**Rob Ray Endorsement**
With a Rob Ray endorsement, you get one of the few professional athletes who has a rule named after him. While it might not be the most generous Rob Ray endorsement, the Rob Ray Rule at least shows Ray’s determination, not to mention his ability to utilize unique advantages.
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