Harding Tactical Systems Inc. Appoints Jack McIlhargey
Vancouver, BC, December 05, 2010 – Harding Tactical Systems today announced the appointment of Jack McIlhargey to it advisory board.
Jack McIlhargey is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player who played in the NHL with the Philadelphia Flyers, Vancouver Canucks, and Hartford Whalers.
His playing career spanned eight years on defense, beginning when he turned pro with the Philadelphia Flyers in 1974. He became a Canuck on January 21, 1977 when he was traded to Vancouver. He appeared in 167 games for the Canucks (1977-80) He completed his playing career for the Hartford Whalers. Jack played in 393 career NHL games and retired following the 1981-82 seasons. Mr. McIlhargey was a key member of the Vancouver Canucks coaching staff and organization over the past 18 years and was a player between 1977 and 1980. Before being named Canucks Assistant Coach on June 18, Mr. McIlhargey was voted one of the 30 All-Time Greatest Canucks and was very recently inducted into the BC Hockey Hall of Fame.