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Gilles Meloche

Gilles Meloche  #30

Goalie
NUMBER: 30 BIRTHDATE: July 12, 1950
BIRTHPLACE: Montreal, QC, Canada
DRAFTED: CHI / 1970 NHL Amateur Draft
ROUND: 5th   (70th overall)

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPWLTOTSOGASASv%GAAMin
1969-1970 Verdun Jr. Maple Leafs-QJHL 45 12214.952,679
1969-1970 Verdun Jr. Maple Leafs-M-Cup 84 4 0 0354.43474
1970-1971Blackhawks22 0 0 - 063.00120
1970-1971 Flint Generals-IHL 33 21043.341,866
1971-1972Seals5616 25 13 - 41733.333,121
1972-1973Seals5912 32 14 - 12354.063,473
1973-1974Seals479 33 5 - 11984.242,800
1974-1975Seals479 27 10 - 11864.032,771
1975-1976Seals4112 23 6 - 11403.442,440
1976-1977Barons5119 24 6 - 21713.472,961
1977-1978Barons5416 27 8 - 11953.773,100
1978-1979North Stars5320 25 7 - 21733.333,118
1979-1980North Stars5427 20 5 - 11603.063,141
1980-1981 Minnesota North Stars-DN-Cup 1 000.0029
1980-1981North Stars3817 14 6 - 21203.252,215
1981-1982North Stars5126 15 9 - 11753.473,026
1981-1982 Canada-WEC-A 53 2 0 1163.21299
1982-1983North Stars4720 13 11 - 11601,411.8873.572,689
1983-1984North Stars5221 17 8 - 22011,524.8684.182,883
1984-1985North Stars3210 13 6 - 0115949.8793.801,817
1985-1986Penguins3413 15 5 - 01191,003.8813.591,989
1986-1987Penguins4313 19 7 - 01341,123.8813.432,343
1987-1988Penguins278 9 5 - 095720.8684.101,390
NHL TOTALS7882703511310202,7566,73045,397

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPWLSOGASASv%GAAMin
1969-1970 Verdun Jr. Maple Leafs-QJHL 115 6 0343.12654
1969-1970 Verdun Jr. Maple Leafs-M-Cup 84 4 0354.43474
1970-1971 Flint Generals-IHL 3 0113.61183
1979-1980North Stars115 4 1343.62564
1980-1981North Stars138 5 0473.52802
1981-1982North Stars41 2 082.61184
1982-1983North Stars52 3 0183.39319
1983-1984North Stars41 2 01188.8753.30200
1984-1985North Stars84 3 125256.9023.80395
NHL TOTALS45211921433442,464

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 OT winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round