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Guyle Fielder

Guyle Fielder  #16

Center
NUMBER: 16 BIRTHDATE: November 21, 1930
HEIGHT: 5' 9" BIRTHPLACE: Potlatch, ID, United States
WEIGHT: 165
Shoots: Left
Rookie of the Year Award PCHL (1952) AHL First All-Star Team (1953) Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Award (Rookie of the Year AHL) (1953) WHL First All-Star Team (1954, 1960, 1963, 1964, 1967) WHL Coast Division First All-Star Team (1957, 1958, 1959) Leader Cup (MVP WHL Coast Division) (1957, 1958, 1959) Leader Cup (MVP WHL) (1960) (co-winner - Hank Bassen) WHL Second All-Star Team (1961, 1965, 1966, 1968) Leader Cup (MVP WHL) (1964, 1967) Fred J. Hume Cup (Most Gentlemanly Player WHL) (1966, 1967, 1969) Signed as a free agent by Chicago, March 9, 1951. Loaned to New Westminster (PCHL) by Chicago for cash, August, 1951. Traded to Detroit by Chicago with Steve Hrymnak and Red Almas for cash, September 23, 1952. Loaned to Chicago by Detroit (Edmonton-WHL) for 1952-53 season for the loan of Ray Hannigan for 1952-53 season, October 15, 1952. Claimed on waivers by NY Rangers from Detroit, September 29, 1953. Traded to Seattle (WHL) by NY Rangers for the rights to Lee Hyssop, October, 1953. NHL rights traded to Boston by Seattle (WHL) for cash, October, 1953. Claimed by Boston from Seattle (WHL) in Inter-League Draft, June 5, 1957. Traded to Detroit by Boston for cash, June 15, 1957. Claimed by Toronto from Seattle (WHL) in Inter-League Draft, June 3, 1958. Fielder refused to sign with Toronto and remained the property of Seattle. Traded to Salt Lake (WHL) by Seattle (WHL) for Bobby Schmautz, November 15, 1969. Traded to Portland (WHL) by California (Salt Lake-WHL) with the loan of Jake Rathwell for Fred Hilts and Lyle Bradley, January, 1972. Selected by Dayton-Houston (WHA) in WHA General Player Draft, February 12, 1972.
Quote of the Day

This team has been a real treat to say you've been the head coach of them. I'm extremely proud of this group ... after the disappointment of (the Game 6 loss) is digested, it's always a lot easier as a coach when your team has emptied its tank, and that team emptied its tank for me for three months.

— Senators coach Dave Cameron after getting eliminated in the first round by the Canadiens