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Hank Blade

Hank Blade

Left Wing
BIRTHDATE: April 28, 1920
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: Peterborough, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 190
Shoots: Left

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1939-1940 Ottawa Montagnards-OCHL 205 0 5 8
1940-1941 Ottawa Montagnards-OCHL 2012 5 17 2
1940-1941 Ottawa Car Bombers-UOVHL
1941-1942 Ottawa RCAF Flyers-OCHL 167 10 17 6
1941-1942 Ottawa RCAF Flyers-Al-Cup 20 0 0 0
1942-1943 Ottawa RCAF Flyers-OCHL 1910 13 23 6
1942-1943 Vancouver RCAF-NNDHL 1414 6 20 6
1942-1943 Ottawa RCAF Flyers-Al-Cup 92 8 10 4
1943-1944 Vancouver RCAF Seahawks-NNDHL
1944-1945 Ottawa Depot #17-OCHL 1222 21 43 8
1944-1945 Ottawa Senators-QSHL 21 3 4 0
1945-1946 Kansas City Pla-Mors-USHL 4629 36 65 16
1945-1946 Ottawa Senators-QSHL 50 2 2 6
1946-1947Blackhawks181 3 4 2
1946-1947 Kansas City Pla-Mors-USHL 3823 24 47 17
1947-1948Blackhawks61 0 1 0
1947-1948 Pittsburgh Hornets-AHL 71 2 3 6
1947-1948 Kansas City Pla-Mors-USHL 5129 41 70 32
1948-1949 Kansas City Pla-Mors-USHL 5427 36 63 19
1949-1950 Kansas City Pla-Mors-USHL 6627 48 75 27
1950-1951 Milwaukee Seagulls-USHL 6326 48 74 34
1951-1952 Calgary Stampeders-PCHL 6214 27 41 24
1952-1953 Calgary Stampeders-WHL 223 6 9 32
1953-1954 Simcoe Gunners-OHA-Sr.
NHL TOTALS242352

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1939-1940 Ottawa Montagnards-OCHL 70 0 0 0
1940-1941 Ottawa Car Bombers-UOVHL 24 3 7 4
1941-1942 Ottawa RCAF Flyers-OCHL 30 1 1 0
1941-1942 Ottawa RCAF Flyers-Al-Cup 20 0 0 0
1942-1943 Ottawa RCAF Flyers-OCHL 85 1 6 6
1942-1943 Ottawa RCAF Flyers-Al-Cup 92 8 10 4
1943-1944 Vancouver RCAF Seahawks-NNDHL 34 2 6 4
1945-1946 Kansas City Pla-Mors-USHL 127 8 15 4
1946-1947 Kansas City Pla-Mors-USHL 124 7 11 4
1947-1948 Kansas City Pla-Mors-USHL 70 3 3 0
1948-1949 Kansas City Pla-Mors-USHL 20 0 0 0
1949-1950 Kansas City Pla-Mors-USHL 30 0 0 0
Quote of the Day

I remember the first time at Wrigley Field all of us had the long johns, the turtlenecks and the extra equipment because we were afraid of being cold. Halfway through the first period everybody's ripping everything off and we just ended up wearing what we would normally wear for a game at the United Center.

— Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp on the 2009 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic