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York's first NHL game was played during the 1992-93 NHL season when he suited up for the Red Wings on December 3, 1992 against the Minnesota North Stars. He scored his first NHL goal on April 10, 1994 against Fred Brathwaite and the Edmonton Oilers.
After playing in only nineteen games over three seasons for Detroit he was traded to the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim on April 5, 1995 along with Mike Sillinger for Stu Grimson , Mark Ferner , and Anaheim's sixth round choice in the 1996 entry draft. Detroit selected Magnus Nilsson with the draft pick they got from Anaheim.
York was finally able to get some ice time with the Mighty Ducks playing in 79 of 82 games for the Ducks during the 1995-96 NHL season . However his time in Anahiem would not last a long time as he was traded to the Ottawa Senators on October 1, 1996 with Shaun Van Allen for Ted Drury and the rights to Marc Moro .
- Named to the AHL First All-Star Team in 1994.
- Nashville Predators plus/minus record (+13). This record was surpassed by Mark Eaton in the 2003-04 NHL season.
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