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Peter McDuffe

Peter McDuffe  #31

Goalie
NUMBER: 31 BIRTHDATE: February 16, 1948
HEIGHT: 5' 9" BIRTHPLACE: Milton, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 180

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPWLTOTSOGASASv%GAAMin
1964-1965 St. Catharines Black Hawks-OHA-Jr. 20 1 0 096.9280
1965-1966 St. Catharines Black Hawks-OHA-Jr. 21 01125.331,260
1966-1967 St. Catharines Black Hawks-OHA-Jr. 30 2902.931,840
1966-1967 Buffalo Bisons-AHL 20 2 0 0136.50120
1967-1968 St. Catharines Black Hawks-OHA-Jr. 50 01923.793,036
1968-1969 Greensboro Generals-EHL 65 42463.783,900
1969-1970 Omaha Knights-CHL 5926 24 9 21742.983,500
1970-1971 Omaha Knights-CHL 57 3572.773,420
1971-1972Blues100 6 0 - 0293.73467
1971-1972 Denver Spurs-WHL 2110 7 2 1653.461,126
1972-1973Rangers11 0 0 - 011.0060
1973-1974Rangers63 2 1 - 0183.18340
1973-1974 Providence Reds-AHL 3617 12 6 01233.512,098
1974-1975Scouts367 25 4 - 01484.232,100
1975-1976Red Wings40 3 1 - 0225.50240
1975-1976 New Haven Nighthawks-AHL 218 9 3 0854.101,245
1976-1977 Rhode Island Reds-AHL 11 0464.44621
1976-1977 New Haven Nighthawks-AHL 6 0325.94323
1977-1978 Indianapolis Racers-WHA 121 6 1 0394.34539
1979-1980 Georgetown Gyros-GBSHL 32 01414.411,920
1980-1981 Georgetown Gyros-OHA-Int. 34 01113.232,060
NHL TOTALS5711366002183,207

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPWLSOGASASv%GAAMin
1966-1967 St. Catharines Black Hawks-OHA-Jr. 6 0264.33360
1967-1968 St. Catharines Black Hawks-OHA-Jr. 5 0346.80300
1968-1969 Greensboro Generals-EHL 8 0283.50480
1969-1970 Omaha Knights-CHL 128 4 1312.58720
1970-1971 Omaha Knights-CHL 118 3 2262.36692
1971-1972Blues10 1 077.0060
1971-1972 Denver Spurs-WHL 44 0 161.50240
1973-1974 Providence Reds-AHL 148 6 1453.05883
1975-1976 New Haven Nighthawks-AHL 10 1 044.0060
NHL TOTALS1010760

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