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Randy Alan Exelby (born August 13, 1965 in Toronto, Ontario) is a retired ice hockey goaltender. He played in 2 NHL games, one each for the Montreal Canadiens and Edmonton Oilers. He made his NHL debut on January 27, 1989 against the Buffalo Sabres. He entered the game in the second period when the starting goalie, Patrick Roy, had to go to the washroom. He won the Rob Capellupo Award while playing for the Phoenix Roadrunners.

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  • Randy Exelby (né le 13 août 1965 à Toronto, dans la province de l'Ontario au Canada) est un joueur professionnel retraité de hockey sur glace ayant évolué à la position de gardien de but.
  • Randy Alan Exelby (born August 13, 1965 in Toronto, Ontario) is a retired ice hockey goaltender. He played in 2 NHL games, one each for the Montreal Canadiens and Edmonton Oilers. He made his NHL debut on January 27, 1989 against the Buffalo Sabres. He entered the game in the second period when the starting goalie, Patrick Roy, had to go to the washroom. He won the Rob Capellupo Award while playing for the Phoenix Roadrunners.
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  • Randy Exelby (né le 13 août 1965 à Toronto, dans la province de l'Ontario au Canada) est un joueur professionnel retraité de hockey sur glace ayant évolué à la position de gardien de but.
  • Randy Alan Exelby (born August 13, 1965 in Toronto, Ontario) is a retired ice hockey goaltender. He played in 2 NHL games, one each for the Montreal Canadiens and Edmonton Oilers. He made his NHL debut on January 27, 1989 against the Buffalo Sabres. He entered the game in the second period when the starting goalie, Patrick Roy, had to go to the washroom. He won the Rob Capellupo Award while playing for the Phoenix Roadrunners. In 1994, he started a chain of hockey equipment shops in the Phoenix, Arizona area called "Behind the Mask". It currently operates in three full-service retail stores. He had three team shops at all three Polar Ice locations and all three rinks are under new ownership The Peoria and Gilbert locations are now operated by AZ Ice and the Chandler location is now operated by Ice Den of Chandler.
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