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Lorne Anderson

Lorne Anderson  #1

Goalie
NUMBER: 1 BIRTHDATE: July 26, 1931
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: Renfrew, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 166
Catches: Right

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPWLTOTSOGASASv%GAAMin
1947-1948 Renfrew Lions-NOJHA
1947-1948 Atlantic City Sea Gulls-EAHL 2 0157.50120
1948-1949 Renfrew Lions-NOJHA 108 2 0 1383.74610
1949-1950 Renfrew Lions-NOJHA 12 0463.83720
1949-1950 Pembroke Lumber Kings-LSLHL
1950-1951 Atlantic City Sea Gulls-EAHL 52 02134.103,120
1951-1952 New York Rovers-EAHL 6125 34 2 12313.763,685
1951-1952 Boston Olympics-EAHL 20 2 0 063.00120
1951-1952Rangers31 2 0 - 0186.00180
1951-1952 New Haven Tomahawks-EAHL
1952-1953 Sudbury Wolves-NOHA 4831 15 2 01653.442,880
1952-1953 Sudbury Wolves-Al-Cup 20 2 0 085.1194
1953-1954 Sudbury Wolves-NOHA 31 1922.971,860
1954-1955 Sudbury Wolves-NOHA 57 22153.773,420
1955-1956 North Bay Trappers-NOHA 52 31693.253,120
1956-1957 Pembroke Lumber Kings-EOHL 32 11404.381,920
1957-1958 Renfrew Royals-UOVHL
1958-1959 Renfrew Royals-UOVHL 174 13 0 01126.591,020
1958-1959 Pembroke Lumber Kings-UOVHL
1959-1960 Pembroke Lumber Kings-UOVHL 97 2 0 2242.67540
1960-1961 Pembroke Lumber Kings-UOVHL 288 15 5 01455.181,680
NHL TOTALS31200186.00180

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPWLSOGASASv%GAAMin
1948-1949 Renfrew Lions-NOJHA 1915 4 1723.721,160
1949-1950 Renfrew Lions-NOJHA 6 0233.83360
1949-1950 Pembroke Lumber Kings-LSLHL 21 1 0115.50120
1951-1952 New Haven Tomahawks-EAHL 2 073.50120
1952-1953 Sudbury Wolves-NOHA 73 4 0283.91430
1952-1953 Sudbury Wolves-Al-Cup 20 2 085.1194
1953-1954 Sudbury Wolves-NOHA 73 4 1192.71420
1955-1956 North Bay Trappers-NOHA 7 0253.57420
1958-1959 Pembroke Lumber Kings-UOVHL 96 3 0364.00540
1959-1960 Pembroke Lumber Kings-UOVHL 62 4 0254.17360
1960-1961 Pembroke Lumber Kings-UOVHL 73 4 0395.32440
Quote of the Day

Obviously a lot happened in a short period of time. At the end of the day, considering everything I went through, I really felt close to my teammates and I really feel like what we accomplished, I know we didn't win it all. ... I'm really proud of how we got there and what we did once we got there.

— Rangers forward Martin St. Louis to Jim Cerny of BlueshirtsUnited.com