Mike Rogers played 13 combined seasons in the WHA and NHL. His best years coming right after the WHA-NHL merger, when he scored 100+ points for three consecutive seasons. Roger's NHL rights were own by the Vancouver Canucks. The Canucks didn't exercise their rights to Rogers since, Harry Neale, Rogers' former coach in the WHA, didn't think Rogers was a NHL caliber player. Rogers finished his North American hockey career with the same team he started with, the Edmonton Oilers. After retiring, he played one season overseas in the Swiss league. Mike Rogers is currently the colour commentator for the Calgary Flames on the radio. Mr. Rogers signed 3 of 3.