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Wayne Brown

Wayne Brown

Right Wing
BIRTHDATE: November 16, 1930
HEIGHT: 5' 8" BIRTHPLACE: Deloro, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 150
Shoots: Left

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1948-1949 St. Catharines Teepees-OHA-Jr. 469 13 22 35
1949-1950 St. Catharines Teepees-OHA-Jr. 4723 17 40 58
1950-1951 St. Catharines Teepees-OHA-Jr. 5129 23 52 80
1951-1952 Tacoma Rockets-PCHL 7028 30 58 36
1952-1953 Tacoma Rockets-WHL 7027 24 51 37
1953-1954 Seattle Bombers-WHL 7049 32 81 24
1954-1955 Victoria Cougars-WHL 31 1 2 2
1955-1956 Victoria Cougars-WHL 7021 26 47 25
1956-1957 Victoria Cougars-WHL 7027 30 57 14
1957-1958 Belleville McFarlands-EOHL 4826 24 50 22
1957-1958 Belleville McFarlands-Al-Cup 149 7 16 2
1958-1959 Belleville McFarlands-EOHL 4624 29 53 46
1958-1959 Canada-WEC-A 52 1 3 7
1959-1960 Belleville McFarlands-EOHL 4823 28 51 6
1960-1961 Clinton Comets-EHL 5330 46 76 14
1963-1964 Morrisburg Combines-OSLHL
1964-1965 Syracuse Stars-Exhib. 4734 33 67
1965-1966 Syracuse Stars-Exhib.
1966-1967 Belleville Mohawks-OHA-Sr. 3514 20 34 24
1967-1968 Belleville Mohawks-OHA-Sr. 3914 24 38 2
1968-1969 Belleville Mohawks-OHA-Sr. 258 21 29 2
1969-1970 Belleville Mohawks-OHA-Sr. 202 9 11 12
1970-1971 Belleville Mohawks-OHA-Sr.
1971-1972 Belleville Quintes-OHA-Sr. 60 2 2 0
1972-1973 Belleville Quintes-OHA-Sr. 10 0 0 0

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1948-1949 St. Catharines Teepees-OHA-Jr. 50 1 1 0
1949-1950 St. Catharines Teepees-OHA-Jr. 50 0 0 0
1950-1951 St. Catharines Teepees-OHA-Jr. 95 3 8 12
1951-1952 Tacoma Rockets-PCHL 61 0 1 2
1953-1954Bruins40 0 0 2 0 0 0
1955-1956 Victoria Cougars-WHL 93 2 5 0
1956-1957 Victoria Cougars-WHL 31 1 2 2
1957-1958 Belleville McFarlands-EOHL 1310 7 17 14
1957-1958 Belleville McFarlands-Al-Cup 149 7 16 2
1959-1960 Belleville McFarlands-EOHL 133 4 7 4
1960-1961 Clinton Comets-EHL 41 2 3 0
NHL TOTALS40002000
Quote of the Day

The old saying in hockey is 'weather the storm.' I put the notion in their heads that we don't want to weather the storm, we want to push just as hard and matched their work ethic. I thought our guys exceeded that in the first period.

— Edmonton Oilers coach Dallas Eakins after their loss to the Nashville Predators on Thursday
2015 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series