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Gary Aldcorn

Gary Aldcorn

Left Wing
BIRTHDATE: March 7, 1935
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: Shaunavon, SK, Canada
WEIGHT: 170
Shoots: Left

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1951-1952 Winnipeg Monarchs-MJHL 209 7 16
1952-1953 Winnipeg Monarchs-MJHL 3518 24 42 16
1953-1954 Winnipeg Monarchs-MJHL 3623 14 37 37
1953-1954 Winnipeg Maroons-Al-Cup 1614 12 26 8
1954-1955 Toronto Marlboros-OHA-Jr. 4727 22 49 57
1954-1955 Toronto Marlboros-M-Cup 114 1 5 4
1955-1956 Winnipeg Warriors-WHL 6722 12 34 66
1955-1956 Winnipeg Warriors-Ed-Cup 62 4 6 6
1956-1957Maple Leafs225 1 6 4
1956-1957 Rochester Americans-AHL 4213 10 23 28
1957-1958Maple Leafs5910 14 24 12
1957-1958 Rochester Americans-AHL 112 10 12 22
1958-1959Maple Leafs50 3 3 2
1958-1959 Rochester Americans-AHL 6637 42 79 52
1959-1960Red Wings7022 29 51 32
1960-1961Red Wings492 6 8 16
1960-1961Bruins212 3 5 12
1961-1962 Winnipeg Maroons-Exhib.
1962-1963 Winnipeg Maroons-SSHL 31 3 4 2
1963-1964 Winnipeg Maroons-SSHL
1964-1965 Winnipeg Maroons-SSHL 45 3 8 2
1964-1965 Canada-WEC-A 74 2 6 8
1967-1968 St. Boniface Mohawks-SSHL
1967-1968 St. Boniface Mohawks-Al-Cup 124 8 12 8
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CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1952-1953 Winnipeg Monarchs-MJHL 42 0 2 2
1953-1954 Winnipeg Monarchs-MJHL 54 2 6 2
1953-1954 Winnipeg Maroons-Al-Cup 1614 12 26 8
1954-1955 Toronto Marlboros-OHA-Jr. 135 6 11 37
1954-1955 Toronto Marlboros-M-Cup 114 1 5 4
1955-1956 Winnipeg Warriors-WHL 145 2 7 2
1955-1956 Winnipeg Warriors-Ed-Cup 62 4 6 6
1956-1957 Rochester Americans-AHL 101 4 5 2
1958-1959 Rochester Americans-AHL 50 2 2 0
1959-1960Red Wings61 2 3 4 0 0 0
1962-1963 Winnipeg Maroons-Al-Cup 63 7 10 4
1967-1968 St. Boniface Mohawks-Al-Cup 124 8 12 8
1968-1969 St. Boniface Mohawks-Al-Cup 124 8 12 8
NHL TOTALS61234

I've been getting frustrated lately, and the only thing keeping me sane was the team winning and other people stepping up and scoring. Then you just kind of let it go and realize you can end the series with one shot, that frustration goes away for a brief moment, and that's what happened.

— Montreal forward Max Pacioretty after scoring the series-winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round