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Gordon Brooks

Gordon Brooks

Right Wing
BIRTHDATE: September 11, 1950
BIRTHPLACE: Cobourg, ON, Canada
DRAFTED: STL / 1970 NHL Amateur Draft
Shoots: Right ROUND: 4th   (51st overall)

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1967-1968 Cobourg Cougars-OHA-B
1968-1969 Hamilton Red Wings-OHA-Jr. 549 7 16 47
1969-1970 Hamilton Red Wings-OHA-Jr. 216 5 11 32
1969-1970 London Knights-OHA-Jr. 319 23 32 47
1970-1971 Kansas City Blues-CHL 6716 16 32 44
1971-1972Blues20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20.0
1971-1972 Kansas City Blues-CHL 6221 18 39 34
1972-1973 Fort Worth Wings-CHL 2310 16 26 22
1973-1974Blues306 8 14 0 12 0 0 1 5111.8
1973-1974 Denver Spurs-WHL 4120 20 40 34
1974-1975Capitals381 10 11 -19 25 1 0 0 791.3
1974-1975 Richmond Robins-AHL 153 4 7 8
1975-1976 Philadelphia Firebirds-NAPro 6639 54 93 46
1976-1977 Philadelphia Firebirds-NAPro 7465 59 124 37
1977-1978 Philadelphia Firebirds-AHL 8142 56 98 40
1978-1979 Philadelphia Firebirds-AHL 8043 31 74 27
1979-1980 Syracuse Firebirds-AHL 7734 41 75 38
1980-1981 Klagenfurter AC-Austria 1313 13 26 12
1980-1981 Saginaw Gears-IHL 3917 25 42 4
1981-1982 Saginaw Gears-IHL 8249 64 113 35
1982-1983 Saginaw Gears-IHL 2115 9 24 6
1983-1984 Toledo Goaldiggers-IHL 50 3 3 0
1985-1986 Petrolia Aces-OHA-Sr. 3622 31 53
1986-1987 Brantford Mott's Clamatos-OHA-Sr. 334 16 20 8
NHL TOTALS7071825-19371011325.3

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1968-1969 Hamilton Red Wings-OHA-Jr. 51 1 2 5
1969-1970 London Knights-OHA-Jr. 125 11 16 14
1972-1973 Fort Worth Wings-CHL 30 0 0 0
1974-1975 Richmond Robins-AHL 30 0 0 2
1975-1976 Philadelphia Firebirds-NAPro 1615 17 32 4
1976-1977 Philadelphia Firebirds-NAPro 41 5 6 4
1977-1978 Philadelphia Firebirds-AHL 40 0 0 2
1979-1980 Syracuse Firebirds-AHL 41 1 2 0
1980-1981 Saginaw Gears-IHL 138 9 17 6
1981-1982 Saginaw Gears-IHL 1412 9 21 0

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