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Roy Worters

Roy Worters

Goalie
BIRTHDATE: October 19, 1900
HEIGHT: 5' 3" BIRTHPLACE: Toronto, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 135
Catches: Left

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPWLTOTSOGASASv%GAAMin
1918-1919 Parkdale Canoe Club-OHA-Jr. 87 1 0 0222.75480
1919-1920 Toronto Canoe Club-OHA-Jr. 33 0 0 0144.67180
1919-1920 Toronto Canoe Club-M-Cup 33 0 0 093.00180
1920-1921 Porcupine Gold Miners-GBHL 107 2 1 0272.57630
1921-1922 Porcupine Gold Miners-GBHL
1922-1923 Toronto Argonauts-OHA-Sr. 10 0373.98558
1923-1924 Pittsburgh Yellowjackets-USAHA 2015 5 0 7251.231,225
1924-1925 Pittsburgh Yellowjackets-USAHA 3925 10 4 17340.811,895
1925-1926Pirates3518 16 1 - 7681.902,145
1926-1927Pirates4415 26 3 - 41082.392,711
1927-1928Pirates4419 17 8 - 11761.662,740
1928-1929Americans3816 12 10 - 13461.152,390
1929-1930Americans3611 21 4 - 21353.572,270
1929-1930Canadiens11 0 0 - 022.0060
1930-1931Americans4418 16 10 - 8741.612,760
1931-1932Americans4012 20 8 - 51102.682,459
1932-1933Americans4715 22 10 - 51162.342,970
1932-1933 Quebec Castors-Can-Am 10 1 0 033.0060
1933-1934Americans3612 13 10 - 4752.012,240
1934-1935Americans4812 27 9 - 31422.843,000
1935-1936Americans4816 25 7 - 31222.443,000
1936-1937Americans236 14 3 - 2692.901,430
NHL TOTALS484171229830671,14330,175

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPWLSOGASASv%GAAMin
1918-1919 Parkdale Canoe Club-OHA-Jr. 21 1 063.00120
1919-1920 Toronto Canoe Club-OHA-Jr. 44 0 0164.00240
1919-1920 Toronto Canoe Club-M-Cup 33 0 093.00180
1920-1921 Porcupine Gold Miners-GBHL 20 2 0105.00120
1923-1924 Pittsburgh Yellowjackets-USAHA 139 3 5120.86840
1924-1925 Pittsburgh Yellowjackets-USAHA 86 1 181.20400
1925-1926Pirates20 1 063.00120
1927-1928Pirates21 1 063.00120
1928-1929Americans20 1 110.40150
1935-1936Americans52 3 2112.20300
NHL TOTALS1136324690

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