Terry "Roscoe" Ruskowski played for the Chicago Black Hawks, Los Angeles Kings, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Minnesota North Stars in the National Hockey League (NHL), and for the Houston Aeros and Winnipeg Jets of the World Hockey Association (WHA).
Ruskowski's leadership on the ice was recognized with his tenure as captain of the Aeros, Blackhawks, Kings, and Penguins, the only player in major professional history to captain four clubs.
Ruskowski won two Avco Cup Championships in the WHA (1975 and 1979).
After his playing career, Ruskowski embarked on a successful minor league coaching career in a variety of leagues.
In this interview Terry discusses his toughest fighting foes, the WHA vs. the NHL, hockey legends like Gordie Howe, Mario Lemieux and Stan Mikita and he reveals the biggest regret of his pro career.
Host: Mark Willand
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