NHL Official: 1979 to 2010

Birthplace: Windsor, ON

Regular Season: 2172 Games (Linesman)

Mark Pare

Mark Paré (born July 26, 1957) is a Canadian retired National Hockey League linesman, who wore uniform number 79.[1] He retired from the NHL after the April 11, 2010 game between the Detroit Red Wings versus the Chicago Blackhawks.

Paré was born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Paré’s first NHL game was on October 1, 1979 in a game between the Washington Capitals and the Buffalo Sabres. Paré officiated in 2,169 games in his NHL career. He also officiated in 30 playoffs games and 2 NHL All-Star games (1992 Philadelphia and 2002 Los Angeles). His officiating also brought him overseas to Austria, and Helsinki and Stockholm.[2]

Milestones

First NHL Game

October 11, 1979

All-Star Games

2002 -- LOS ANGELES, CA

Staples Center
February 02, 2002

1992 -- PHILADELPHIA, PA

Spectrum
January 18, 1992