Bulldog Hall of Fame
Jim File Jim File
Hockey, 1980-84

A three-time (1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84) team co-captain, File presently ranks tied for 10th place among the school's all-time top scoring leaders with 150 career points on 41 goals and 109 assists in 148 outings. His 109 career assists is fifth best in the program's all-time annals while his 252 penalty minutes (122 penalties) ranks ninth highest. File's 109 career assists and 150 career points are tops among all-time Bulldog defensemen. He holds school single-season marks for most points by a defenseman (49 in the 1983-84 season) while his 41 career goals is second best ever by a FSU defenseman. His 38 assists in the 1983-84 season is ninth highest in school history. File, who hails from Toronto, Ontario, achieved All-Central Collegiate Hockey Association First Team accolades twice (1981-82 and 1983-84) while receiving second-team kudos in the 1983-84 campaign. He also was a member of the 20th Anniversary All-Time Bulldog Hockey Team. File played one year of semi-pro hockey in Germany before entering the brokerage business. He currently resides in Richmond Hill, Ontario, with his wife, Janet, and two daughters.

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