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Ray Manson

Ray Manson  #19

Left Wing
NUMBER: 19 BIRTHDATE: December 3, 1926
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: St. Boniface, MB, Canada
WEIGHT: 180
Shoots: Left

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1943-1944 St. Boniface Canadiens-MJHL 108 3 11 2
1944-1945 Winnipeg Esquires-MJHL 1010 5 15 16
1945-1946 Winnipeg Rangers-MJHL 1010 5 15 13
1946-1947 Brandon Elks-MJHL 1622 19 41 10
1947-1948Bruins10 0 0 0
1947-1948 Boston Olympics-EAHL 2020 17 37 6
1947-1948 Boston Olympics-QSHL 4624 22 46 10
1948-1949Rangers10 1 1 0
1948-1949 New York Rovers-QSHL 4117 13 30 8
1949-1950 New Haven Ramblers-AHL 7011 15 26 26
1950-1951 New Haven Eagles-AHL 269 7 16 2
1950-1951 St. Paul Saints-USHL 4112 11 23 8
1951-1952 Vancouver Canucks-PCHL 7036 32 68 21
1952-1953 Vancouver Saskatoon-WHL 6920 25 45 8
1953-1954 Saskatoon Quakers-WHL 7028 42 70 22
1954-1955 Saskatoon Quakers-WHL 5827 27 54 2
1955-1956 Brandon Regals-WHL 6935 28 63 22
1956-1957 Brandon Regals-WHL 7040 43 83 18
1956-1957 Brandon Regals-Ed-Cup 63 5 8 2
1957-1958 Winnipeg Maroons-Exhib.
1957-1958 Winnipeg Maroons-Al-Cup 132 6 8 2
NHL TOTALS20110

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1943-1944 St. Boniface Canadiens-MJHL 93 3 6 0
1944-1945 Winnipeg Esquires-MJHL 66 2 8 15
1945-1946 Winnipeg Rangers-MJHL 21 0 1 2
1946-1947 Brandon Elks-MJHL 710 2 12 5
1950-1951 St. Paul Saints-USHL 41 1 2 7
1952-1953 Vancouver Saskatoon-WHL 136 14 20 0
1953-1954 Saskatoon Quakers-WHL 61 3 4 0
1956-1957 Brandon Regals-WHL 82 5 7 0
1956-1957 Brandon Regals-Ed-Cup 63 5 8 2
1957-1958 Winnipeg Maroons-Al-Cup 132 6 8 2
Quote of the Day

This is a big year for us in a lot of ways. You can see Garth and management really trying to find that solution to get us into the playoffs and consistently have that. The pressure is great. You have to enjoy it. It just means there's a great opportunity ahead of you.

— Islanders captain John Tavares