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Andre Corriveau

Andre Corriveau

Right Wing
BIRTHDATE: May 15, 1928
HEIGHT: 5' 8" BIRTHPLACE: Grand'mere, QC, Canada
WEIGHT: 135
Shoots: Left

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1944-1945 Montreal Nationale-QJHL 102 4 6 4
1945-1946 Montreal Nationale-QJHL 2012 16 28 8
1946-1947 Montreal Nationale-QJHL 2633 46 79 26
1947-1948 Valleyfield Braves-QSHL 4322 31 53 20
1948-1949 Valleyfield Braves-QSHL 6232 43 75 40
1949-1950 Valleyfield Braves-QSHL 6033 54 87 25
1950-1951 Valleyfield Braves-QMHL 5838 51 89 15
1950-1951 Valleyfield Braves-Alx-Cup 126 13 19 4
1951-1952 Valleyfield Braves-QMHL 6027 36 63 8
1952-1953 Valleyfield Braves-QMHL 6040 45 85 10
1953-1954Canadiens30 1 1 0
1953-1954 Valleyfield Braves-QHL 6937 51 88 8
1954-1955 Valleyfield Braves-QHL 5631 32 63 28
1955-1956 Montreal Royals-QHL 6237 40 77 2
1955-1956 Montreal Royals-Ed-Cup 62 4 6 0
1956-1957 Montreal Royals-QHL 6322 34 56 8
NHL TOTALS30110

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1945-1946 Montreal Nationale-QJHL 42 0 2 2
1946-1947 Montreal Nationale-QJHL 1112 14 26 12
1947-1948 Valleyfield Braves-QSHL 61 3 4 2
1948-1949 Valleyfield Braves-QSHL 32 1 3 0
1949-1950 Valleyfield Braves-QSHL 53 0 3 0
1950-1951 Valleyfield Braves-QMHL 1610 14 24 0
1951-1952 Valleyfield Braves-QMHL 61 6 7 2
1952-1953 Valleyfield Braves-QMHL 40 1 1 0
1953-1954 Valleyfield Braves-QHL 73 4 7 2
1955-1956 Montreal Royals-QHL 111 7 8 2
1955-1956 Montreal Royals-Ed-Cup 62 4 6 0
1956-1957 Montreal Royals-QHL 31 1 2 2
Quote of the Day

Because of the way they play and their skill set I don't think they're fourth-line players, so in my mind I'm looking at one of those guys I'll have to move over to the wing.

— Capitals coach Barry Trotz on his four-player battle for second-line center