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Real Chevrefils

Real Chevrefils

Left Wing
BIRTHDATE: May 2, 1932
HEIGHT: 5' 10" BIRTHPLACE: Timmins, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 180
Shoots: Left

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1948-1949 Barrie Flyers-OHA-Jr. 4313 13 26 36
1948-1949 Barrie Flyers-M-Cup 78 2 10 8
1949-1950 Barrie Flyers-OHA-Jr. 4827 32 59 95
1950-1951 Barrie Flyers-OHA-Jr. 5452 51 103 104
1950-1951 Barrie Flyers-M-Cup 119 10 19 14
1951-1952Bruins338 17 25 8
1951-1952 Bears-AHL 3420 28 48 14
1952-1953Bruins6919 14 33 44
1953-1954Bruins144 1 5 2
1954-1955Bruins6418 22 40 30
1955-1956Red Wings383 4 7 24
1955-1956Bruins2511 8 19 10
1956-1957Bruins7031 17 48 38
1957-1958Bruins449 9 18 21
1957-1958 Springfield Indians-AHL 157 8 15 0
1958-1959Bruins301 5 6 8
1958-1959 Providence Reds-AHL 61 1 2 0
1958-1959 Quebec Aces-QHL 122 7 9 6
1959-1960 Sudbury Wolves-EPHL 6523 36 59 26
1960-1961 Kingston Frontenacs-EPHL 3716 20 36 16
1960-1961 Winnipeg Warriors-WHL 196 7 13 2
1961-1962 Los Angeles Blades-WHL 6922 32 54 12
1962-1963 San Francisco Seals-WHL 61 1 2 0
1962-1963 Windsor Bulldogs-OHA-Sr. 4225 48 73 18
1962-1963 Windsor Bulldogs-Al-Cup 94 7 11 2
1963-1964 Windsor Bulldogs-IHL 4819 22 41 8
NHL TOTALS38710497201185

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1948-1949 Barrie Flyers-OHA-Jr. 86 7 13 16
1948-1949 Barrie Flyers-M-Cup 78 2 10 8
1949-1950 Barrie Flyers-OHA-Jr. 96 7 13 16
1950-1951 Barrie Flyers-OHA-Jr. 1214 11 25 16
1950-1951 Barrie Flyers-M-Cup 119 10 19 14
1951-1952Bruins71 1 2 6
1952-1953Bruins70 1 1 6
1954-1955Bruins52 1 3 4
1956-1957Bruins102 1 3 4
1957-1958Bruins10 0 0 0
1957-1958 Springfield Indians-AHL 110 3 3 2
1959-1960 Sudbury Wolves-EPHL 146 6 12 4
1962-1963 Windsor Bulldogs-OHA-Sr. 100 11 11 7
1962-1963 Windsor Bulldogs-Al-Cup 94 7 11 2
1963-1964 Windsor Bulldogs-IHL 62 2 4 2
NHL TOTALS3054920
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