Legends of Hockey - Spotlight - Joe Mullen - Treasure Chest
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Three of Mullen's hockey cards: (from left to right) his 1982-83 O-Pee-Chee rookie card; a 1988-89 O-Pee-Chee card; and a 1991-92 O-Pee-Chee card.

Joe Mullen came out of retirement and wore this jersey during the 1999 World Championship. Mullen helped the Team USA re-qualify for "Pool A."

(Left) Molson Cup winner Joe Mullen graces the cover of the Calgary Flames 1987 Stanley Cup Playoffs program. (Right)Calgary Flames 1987-88 media guide featuring Mullen on the cover. The previous season Mullen captured the Molson Cup and was also named the winner of the Lady Byng trophy.

Stick used and jersey worn by Joe Mullen when he became the first U.S.-born
player to record 1,000 NHL career points. Mullen accomplished the feat as a Pittsburgh
Penguin on February 7, 1995 in a game against the Florida Panthers.