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Answered 2015-07-17 17:30:38

Chris Gratton -- Center. He had two stints with the lightning and wore #77 with each stint.

He was a 1st round pick that never lived up to his expectations.. went from captain to trade bait.. wound up in Philly for a couple years and then Buffalo.. met him: very tall and nice guy.

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