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Bert Peer

Bert Peer

Right Wing
BIRTHDATE: November 12, 1910
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: Port Credit, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 175
Shoots: Right

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1932-1933 Toronto Bell Telephone-TMHL 114 1 5 10
1933-1934 Toronto Bell Telephone-TMHL
1934-1935 Toronto British Consols-TIHL 127 3 10 2
1934-1935 Oakville Villans-OHA-Sr. 149 3 12 20
1935-1936 Oakville Villans-OHA-Sr. 1510 4 14 15
1935-1936 Toronto British Consols-TMHL 1411 3 14 19
1936-1937 Harringay Racers-Britain 38 22 60 26
1937-1938 Harringay Racers-Ln-Cup 5 1 6
1937-1938 Harringay Racers-Britain 8 5 13
1937-1938 Harringay Racers-Nat-Tmt 6 2 8
1938-1939 Valleyfield Braves-QPHL 3625 24 49 61
1939-1940Red Wings10 0 0 0
1939-1940 Omaha Knights-AHA 3414 17 31 14
1939-1940 Ottawa Senators-QCHL 80 2 2 0
1940-1941 Omaha Knights-AHA 328 14 22 13
1941-1942 Fort Worth Rangers-AHA 5038 40 78 31
1942-1943 Toronto Navy-OHA-Sr. 103 15 18 4
1945-1946 Tulsa Oilers-USHL 117 8 15 4
1945-1946 Valleyfield Braves-QSHL 166 9 15 4
1946-1947 Hamilton Tigers-OHA-Sr. 2416 17 33 2
1946-1947 Hamilton Tigers-Al-Cup 95 3 8 6
1947-1948 Hamilton Tigers-OHA-Sr. 356 13 19 10
1947-1948 Hamilton Tigers-Al-Cup 60 1 1 0
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CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1932-1933 Toronto Bell Telephone-TMHL 41 1 2 4
1934-1935 Toronto British Consols-TIHL 42 0 2 6
1934-1935 Oakville Villans-OHA-Sr. 20 2 2 0
1935-1936 Oakville Villans-OHA-Sr. 21 0 1 2
1935-1936 Toronto British Consols-TMHL 50 1 1 26
1938-1939 Valleyfield Braves-QPHL 115 6 11 8
1939-1940 Omaha Knights-AHA 91 7 8 19
1941-1942 Fort Worth Rangers-AHA 53 4 7 7
1942-1943 Toronto Navy-OHA-Sr. 107 9 16 8
1945-1946 Tulsa Oilers-USHL 135 4 9 2
1946-1947 Hamilton Tigers-OHA-Sr. 73 3 6 0
1947-1948 Hamilton Tigers-OHA-Sr. 100 2 2 6

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