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Max Bentley

Max Bentley  #22

Center
NUMBER: 22 BIRTHDATE: March 1, 1920
HEIGHT: 5' 10" BIRTHPLACE: Delisle, SK, Canada
WEIGHT: 155
Shoots: Left

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1935-1936 Rosetown Red Wings-SIHA
1937-1938 Drumheller Miners-ASHL 2628 15 43 10
1938-1939 Drumheller Miners-ASHL 3229 24 53 16
1939-1940 Saskatoon Quakers-SSHL 3137 14 51 4
1940-1941 Providence Reds-AHL 94 2 6 0
1940-1941 Kansas City Americans-AHA 55 5 10 0
1940-1941Blackhawks367 10 17 6
1941-1942Blackhawks3913 17 30 2
1942-1943Blackhawks4726 44 70 2
1942-1943 Victoria Navy-NNDHL
1942-1943 San Diego Skyhawks-Exhib.
1943-1944 Calgary Currie Army-CNDHL 1518 13 31 26
1944-1945 Calgary Currie Army-CNDHL 1214 14 28 24
1945-1946Blackhawks4731 30 61 6
1946-1947Blackhawks6029 43 72 12
1947-1948Blackhawks63 3 6 4
1947-1948Maple Leafs5323 25 48 10
1948-1949Maple Leafs6019 22 41 18
1949-1950Maple Leafs6923 18 41 14
1950-1951Maple Leafs6721 41 62 34
1951-1952Maple Leafs6924 17 41 40
1952-1953Maple Leafs3612 11 23 16
1953-1954Rangers5714 18 32 15
1954-1955 Saskatoon Quakers-WHL 4024 17 41 23
1955-1956 Saskatoon Quakers-WHL 102 2 4 20
1956-1957 Saskatoon Quakers-SJHL
1957-1958 Saskatoon Quakers-SJHL
1958-1959 Saskatoon Quakers-WHL 266 12 18 2
NHL TOTALS646245299544179

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1937-1938 Drumheller Miners-ASHL 57 1 8 2
1938-1939 Drumheller Miners-ASHL 65 3 8 6
1939-1940 Saskatoon Quakers-SSHL 41 1 2 2
1940-1941Blackhawks41 3 4 2
1941-1942Blackhawks32 0 2 0
1943-1944 Calgary Currie Army-CNDHL 23 4 7 0
1944-1945 Calgary Currie Army-CNDHL 33 2 5 0
1945-1946Blackhawks41 0 1 4
1947-1948Maple Leafs94 7 11 0
1948-1949Maple Leafs94 3 7 2
1949-1950Maple Leafs73 3 6 0
1950-1951Maple Leafs112 11 13 4
1951-1952Maple Leafs41 0 1 2
NHL TOTALS5118274514

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 OT winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round