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Moe White

Moe White

Left Wing
BIRTHDATE: July 28, 1919
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: Verdun, QC, Canada
WEIGHT: 178
Shoots: Left

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1935-1936 Verdun Jr. Maple Leafs-QJHL 91 3 4 0
1936-1937 Montreal Victorias-MCJHL 112 5 7 19
1936-1937 Montreal Victorias-M-Cup 42 2 4 2
1937-1938 Montreal Victorias-MCJHL 197 5 12 19
1937-1938 Montreal Victorias-M-Cup 42 2 4 2
1938-1939 Montreal Victorias-MCHL 229 10 19 19
1939-1940 Verdun Maple Leafs-QSHL 3014 14 28 20
1940-1941 Glace Bay Miners-CBSHL 114 5 9 14
1941-1942 Glace Bay Miners-CBSHL 4031 31 62 44
1942-1943 Montreal Army-MCHL 3313 20 33 16
1942-1943 Montreal Army-QSHL 3313 20 33 16
1942-1943 Montreal Army-MCHL 66 7 13 2
1943-1944 Kingston Army-OHA-Sr. 137 8 15 6
1943-1944 Montreal Army-MCHL 10 0 0 0
1945-1946Canadiens40 1 1 2
1945-1946 Montreal Royals-QSHL 11 0 1 2
1945-1946 Buffalo Bisons-AHL 112 2 4 2
1946-1947 Houston Huskies-USHL 6028 34 62 27
1947-1948 Valleyfield Braves-QSHL 4623 29 52 37
1948-1949 Glace Bay Miners-CBSHL 576 44 50 111
1949-1950 Glace Bay Miners-CBSHL 7018 27 45 33
1950-1951 Joliette Cyclones-QPHL
1951-1952 St-Laurent Castors-QPHL
NHL TOTALS40112

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1935-1936 Verdun Jr. Maple Leafs-QJHL 20 2 2 0
1936-1937 Montreal Victorias-MCJHL 22 1 3 2
1936-1937 Montreal Victorias-M-Cup 42 2 4 2
1937-1938 Montreal Victorias-MCJHL 66 2 8 16
1937-1938 Montreal Victorias-M-Cup 42 2 4 2
1939-1940 Verdun Maple Leafs-QSHL 83 3 6 10
1941-1942 Glace Bay Miners-CBSHL 75 4 9 6
1942-1943 Montreal Army-MCHL 71 2 3 16
1942-1943 Montreal Army-QSHL 71 2 3 16
1942-1943 Montreal Army-MCHL 56 4 10 0
1947-1948 Valleyfield Braves-QSHL 60 2 2 10
1948-1949 Glace Bay Miners-CBSHL 121 3 4 33
1949-1950 Glace Bay Miners-CBSHL 100 9 9 2
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