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Jake Forbes

Jake Forbes

Goalie
BIRTHDATE: July 4, 1897
HEIGHT: 5' 6" BIRTHPLACE: Toronto, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 140
Catches: Left

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPWLTOTSOGASASv%GAAMin
1916-1917 Toronto Aura Lee-OHA-Jr. 66 0 0 0142.33360
1917-1918 Toronto Aura Lee-OHA-Jr. 43 1 0 0133.25240
1918-1919 Toronto Goodyears-TIHL
1919-1920 Toronto Aura Lee-OHA-Jr. 62 4 0 0274.50360
1919-1920 Toronto Goodyears-TIHL
1919-1920Saint Patricks52 3 0 - 0214.20300
1920-1921Saint Patricks2013 7 0 - 0783.831,221
1921-1922 Toronto St. Pats-NHLMGNT
1922-1923Tigers246 18 0 - 01104.491,470
1923-1924Tigers249 15 0 - 1682.751,483
1924-1925Tigers3019 10 1 - 6601.961,833
1925-1926Americans3612 20 4 - 2862.302,240
1926-1927Americans4417 25 2 - 8912.012,715
1927-1928Americans163 11 2 - 2513.12980
1927-1928 Providence Reds-Can-Am 13 2201.46780
1927-1928 Niagara Falls Cataracts-Can-Pro 8 1162.00480
1928-1929Americans11 0 0 - 033.0060
1928-1929 New Haven Eagles-Can-Am 26 9291.061,560
1929-1930Americans10 0 1 - 010.8670
1929-1930 New Haven Eagles-Can-Am 40 31012.442,400
1930-1931 New Haven Eagles-Can-Am 40 31403.372,400
1930-1931Quakers20 2 0 - 073.50120
1931-1932Americans63 3 0 - 0162.67360
1931-1932 Springfield Indians-Can-Am 3 0165.05180
1931-1932 Bronx Tigers-Can-Am 7 0162.09420
1932-1933Americans10 0 1 - 021.7170
1932-1933 New Haven Eagles-Can-Am 5 0153.11300
1933-1934 Windsor Bulldogs-IHL 36 6892.412,160
1934-1935 Syracuse Stars-IHL 85 3 0 0212.47510
1934-1935 London Tecumsehs-IHL 84 3 1 0202.40500
1935-1936 Rochester Cardinals-IHL 52 3 0 0204.00300
1935-1936 Syracuse Stars-IHL 52 3 0 0152.73330
NHL TOTALS2108511411195942.7612,922

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPWLSOGASASv%GAAMin
1916-1917 Toronto Aura Lee-OHA-Jr. 64 2 0183.00360
1920-1921Saint Patricks20 2 073.50120
1928-1929 New Haven Eagles-Can-Am 21 1 041.95123
1934-1935 London Tecumsehs-IHL 52 3 1122.25320
NHL TOTALS202073.50120
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