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Joe Levandoski

Joe Levandoski  #14

Right Wing
NUMBER: 14 BIRTHDATE: March 17, 1921
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: Cobalt, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 185
Shoots: Right

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1939-1940 Kirkland Lake Gales-GBHL
1940-1941 Guelph Biltmores-OHA-Jr. 168 6 14 2
1941-1942 Rivervale Skeeters-EAHL 5526 27 53 51
1942-1943 New Haven Eagles-AHL 288 9 17 10
1942-1943 Bears-AHL 249 14 23 21
1943-1944 Petawawa Grenades-UOVHL 60 3 3 4
1944-1945 Petawawa Engineers-OVHL
1945-1946 St. Paul Saints-USHL 5512 23 35 23
1946-1947Rangers81 1 2 0
1946-1947 New Haven Ramblers-AHL 4710 12 22 47
1947-1948 St. Paul Saints-USHL 5620 24 44 41
1948-1949 St. Paul Saints-USHL 369 13 22 40
1948-1949 Buffalo Bisons-AHL 236 8 14 6
1949-1950 St. Paul Saints-USHL 6112 15 27 44
1950-1951 Kansas City Royals-USHL 649 31 40 108
1951-1952 Sydney Millionaires-MMHL 8117 26 43 85
1952-1953 Calgary Stampeders-WHL 707 21 28 79
1953-1954 Providence Reds-AHL 612 5 7 62
1953-1954 Sherbrooke Saints-QHL
1954-1955 Providence Reds-AHL 161 3 4 18
1954-1955 Quebec Aces-QHL 362 11 13 42
1955-1956 Quebec Aces-QHL 80 3 3 23
1955-1956 Kingston Goodyears-EOHL 278 23 31 80
1956-1957 Kingston CKLC's-EOHL 373 8 11 50
1957-1958 Kingston CKLC's-EOHL 497 23 30 60
1958-1959 Kingston Merchants-EOHL 122 0 2 12
NHL TOTALS81120

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1940-1941 Guelph Biltmores-OHA-Jr. 52 1 3 0
1941-1942 Rivervale Skeeters-EAHL 79 4 13 0
1942-1943 Bears-AHL 62 0 2 0
1945-1946 St. Paul Saints-USHL 61 0 1 4
1946-1947 New Haven Ramblers-AHL 32 0 2 2
1949-1950 St. Paul Saints-USHL 31 1 2 4
1952-1953 Calgary Stampeders-WHL 51 4 5 0
1953-1954 Sherbrooke Saints-QHL 21 0 1 0
1954-1955 Quebec Aces-QHL 80 2 2 12
1955-1956 Kingston Goodyears-EOHL 141 11 12 29
1956-1957 Kingston CKLC's-EOHL 50 1 1 18
1957-1958 Kingston CKLC's-EOHL 70 2 2 20
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