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Art Jones "The Red Baron", Center # 15, 1960-1974
Art Jones official team photoA flat-out scorer, Art Jones terrorized WHL netminders for 18 seasons. Art earned the nickname "Red Baron" during his playing days with the Portland Buckaroos of the old Western Hockey League. If you ask why, it is due to the fact that Art was as deadly at scoring goals as Red Baron was at shooting enemy fighters down in World War I.
During his career he broke the 100-point mark six times including a WHL record 127 points during the 1969-70 season. Art reigns as the All-Time WHL Goal Scoring Champ with 578 goals in regular season play then add in another 59 goals in the Playoffs; 978 assists in the regular season and 90 assists in the Playoffs and you have a guy that accumulated 1705 points during his WHL career. That not only ranks Art as 2nd in totals points in the history of the WHL (behind Guyle Fielder), that also ranks him as one of the best scoring players in the history of the game of hockey! However, if you asked Art Jones why or how he accumulated all those points, all he would says is "I was just doing my job".
Jones was a product of Bangor, Sask., the only hockey player in a family with six sisters and two brothers. He played Junior hockey in Saskatoon, was with Spokane for two seasons as an amateur before turning pro with New Westminster in 1957. It was Hal Laycoe "The Professor" who lured Art into the pro fold after seeing him play amateur hockey for the Spokane Flyers and score 50 goals in one season. Hal Laycoe was the coach of the New Westminster Royals at that time and was always looking for guys who could score. The Oregonian in March 1961 ran a story on Jones that said that Laycoe would gleefully slap his side, flash a wide grin and shout: "I knew it! I knew it!" every time Art would put the puck into an enemy net. That is due to the fact that many scouts doubted that Art would make it as a professional. See, Art made it look easy when he played the game and scored goals so they thought he was slacking or not giving it his all. However, a few years after being in the WHL, the local paper ran a story in which the following statement was made: "Art Jones wastes no time with wild rink long dashes, that wind up nowhere. When Jones makes a move it counts." Art himself put it this way "I try to set up my wings and I try to get in position to score myself."
Art came to Portland via the New Westminster Royals and Victoria Cougars who then became the Portland Buckaroos in 1960. Art would remain a Buckaroo until the WHL folded in 1974. During his time in Portland Art's accomplishments included:

3 WHL (Lester Patrick Cup) Championships - 1961, 1965 and 1971
5 WHL scoring titles - 1961, 1969, 1970, 1971 and 1972
2 WHL MVP (George Leader Cup) awards - 1968 and 1971
8 WHL All Star selections
WHL scoring record for most points in a season (127) - 1970

In conclusion, I want to say that Art Jones may have never made it to the NHL, mainly due to politics and his drawing power for the Western Hockey League, but that never mattered to the fans that were fortunate enough to get to see Art play the game of hockey. In their eyes Art was (and will always be) a true Superstar!

Art Jones like many of the other Buckaroo players settled in Portland after his playing days were over
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Art Jones
Regular Season Playoffs
Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1957-58 New Westminster Royals WHL 69 29 37 66 26 4 2 2 4 6
1958-59 New Westminster Royals WHL 60 22 52 74 34
1959-60 Victoria Cougars WHL 70 35 44 79 30 11 4 4 8 4
1960-61 Portland Buckaroos WHL 69 36 64 100 22 14 8 10 18 0
1961-62 Portland Buckaroos WHL 70 38 48 86 12 7 2 5 7 0
1962-63 Portland Buckaroos WHL 70 25 48 73 18 7 1 3 4 0
1963-64 Portland Buckaroos WHL 67 36 51 87 10 5 2 4 6 0
1964-65 Portland Buckaroos WHL 70 34 56 90 32 10 3 9 12 6
1965-66 Portland Buckaroos WHL 70 35 67 102 40 14 10 9 19 16
1966-67 Portland Buckaroos WHL 65 38 51 89 26 4 0 0 0 2
1967-68 Portland Buckaroos WHL 70 34 53 87 34 12 7 10 17 12
1968-69 Portland Buckaroos WHL 74 38 76 114 29 11 5 9 14 2
1969-70 Portland Buckaroos WHL 71 43 84 127 16 9 7 8 15 8
1970-71 Portland Buckaroos WHL 71 44 70 114 43 11 4 7 11 22
1971-72 Portland Buckaroos WHL 70 38 86 124 34 11 3 6 9 0
1972-73 Portland Buckaroos WHL 66 34 55 89 42
1973-74 Portland Buckaroos WHL 78 19 60 79 32 10 1 4 5 18
1974-75 Portland Buckaroos WIHL 0 7 18 25 18

Buckaroo records:
1st in points in a career - 1357
1st in goals in a career - 492
1st in points in a season - 127, 1969-70
1st in assists in a season - 86, 1971-1972
1st in first goals scored - 11, 1963-64
1st in seasons played - 14
1st in most Games played - 977

WHL Awards:
Leader Cup (MVP) - 1968, 1971
Leading Scorer Award - 1961, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972
First Team All Star - 1960, 1964, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971,1972
Andy Hebenton, Right-Wing # 14, 1964-1965 & 1967-1974
Andy Hebenton official team photo, WHLThey called him ‘Handy Andy,’ and Andy Hebenton was, indeed, that and more. Hebenton was a plugging right winger and great contributor for eight Rangers seasons, from 1955-56 through 1962-63. Always a durable sort, Hebenton never missed a game, not a single one, while with the Blueshirts.
“I never thought of it at the time, but I guess it is quite something by today’s standards,” he noted years after his playing career ended. “I just showed up every day and tried to do my job. One thing I know for sure is that I really enjoyed my time in New York.”
Rangers fans enjoyed Andy too. He won the Lady Byng Trophy for “clean, effective play” in 1956-57 and captured the first three Players’ Player Awards in team history in 1959, 1960 and 1961. “Andy was the perfect team player,” recalled Red Sullivan, the Rangers’ captain for most of Hebenton’s career and later the club’s coach. “He didn’t say a whole lot, but he led by example, and he never missed a game. That was really something.” Hebenton was usually paired on the Rangers second line with Sullivan at center and Camille Henry on left wing. He averaged more than 20 goals a season, scoring 177 times in eight years, and was a solid defensive forward and penalty killer as well. Hebenton played 560 consecutive games for the Blueshirts, plus 22 more in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The 582-game streak stands as the Rangers’ all-time record, surpassing by 19 the oft-chronicled streak by Original Ranger and the team’s first Iron Man, Murray Murdoch.
The Rangers lost Hebenton’s services in June of 1963, when the Boston Bruins grabbed him in what was then called the Intra-League Draft. He played one season for the Bruins – all 70 games of course – before returning to the Western Hockey League, where he finished his professional career in 1975. All told, Hebenton played 1,062 games as a pro without a single miss. It was the death of his father that finally snapped the streak on October 18, 1967.
Andy, like many other Portland Buckaroo players settled in Portland after his playing days were over.

Andy Hebenton
Regular Season Playoffs
Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1949-50 Cincinnati Mohawks AHL 44 8 7 15 0
1949-50 Montreal Royals QSHL 5 2 0 2 0
1950-51 Victoria Cougars PCHL 56 16 16 32 12
1951-52 Victoria Cougars PCHL 66 31 25 56 81
1952-53 Victoria Cougars WHL 70 27 24 51 46
1953-54 Victoria Cougars WHL 70 21 24 45 29 5 3 1 4 0
1954-55 Victoria Cougars WHL 70 46 34 80 20 5 1 1 2 2
1955-56 New-York Rangers NHL 70 24 14 38 8 5 1 0 1 2
1956-57 New-York Rangers NHL 70 21 23 44 10 5 2 0 2 2
1957-58 New-York Rangers NHL 70 21 24 45 17 6 2 3 5 4
1958-59 New-York Rangers NHL 70 33 29 62 8
1959-60 New-York Rangers NHL 70 19 27 46 4
1960-61 New-York Rangers NHL 70 26 28 54 10
1961-62 New-York Rangers NHL 70 18 24 42 10 6 1 2 3 0
1962-63 New-York Rangers NHL 70 15 22 37 8
1963-64 Boston Bruins NHL 70 12 11 23 8
1964-65 Portland Buckaroos WHL 70 34 40 74 16 10 7 6 13 0
1965-66 Victoria Maple Leafs WHL 72 31 45 76 12 14 6 11 17 14
1966-67 Victoria Maple Leafs WHL 72 24 36 60 19
1967-68 Portland Buckaroos WHL 70 16 29 45 10 12 3 4 7 0
1968-69 Portland Buckaroos WHL 74 26 51 77 26 11 2 1 3 0
1969-70 Portland Buckaroos WHL 72 36 42 78 9 11 2 7 9 0
1970-71 Portland Buckaroos WHL 72 29 52 81 10 11 6 3 9 14
1971-72 Portland Buckaroos WHL 72 30 34 64 12 11 3 4 7 2
1972-73 Portland Buckaroos WHL 72 30 36 66 26
1973-74 Portland Buckaroos WHL 78 28 44 72 16 10 2 4 6 2
1974-75 Portland Buckaroos WIHL 0 4 11 15 0
1974-75 Seattle Totems CHL 4 0 0 0 0

NHL Awards:
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (Most Gentlemanly Player) - 1957
All Star - 1960

WHL Awards:
Fred J. Hume Cup (Most Gentlemanly Player) - 1965, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974
First Team All Star - 1971, 1973
Second Team All Star - 1955, 1965, 1970

Norm Johnson, Center # 22, 1967-1971

Norm Johnson signed photo, WHLNorm Johnson spent nearly two decades in the WHL and was one of the most prolific scorers in the history of the Western Hockey League even though he started his career as a defenseman! He also ranks third all-time in total points scored in WHL history with 1082 points (391 goals, 691 assists). At the time Norm scored his 1000th point, he was one of only seven hockey players in all of professional hockey to have surpassed the 1000 point mark.
Norm Johnson only decided to pursue hockey as a career after being literally a few feet away from joining the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Moose Jaw where he was intending to apply. Hailing from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Johnson played for the home town Canucks from 1949 to 1954. He played 22 games in the IHL for the Fort Wayne Komets in 1954-55 before joining the WHL's Brandon Regals the following seasons. Norm was drafted by the Boston Bruins following his first season with Brandon. Then in 1956-57 he scored 78 points in 70 games and was named to the Prairie Division second all-star team. His outstanding performance with the Regals then resulted in him getting a call-up to the Bruins in 1957-58. He played fairly well in a 15-game trial then played 39 games the following season for the Bruins as well. Part way through the year though he was claimed on waivers by the Black Hawks. Norm then worked in seven regular season games in 1958-59 with the hawks and was an emergency call up for two games in the 1960 semi-finals.
Then came the 1960’s, an era in which Norm dominated the WHL and established himself as one of the best Centers to ever play the game of hockey. He spent most of his WHL career with three teams - the Calgary Stampeders (1960-63), the Los Angeles Blades (1963-1967) and finally the Portland Buckaroos (1967-1971). During these years Norm had 11 consecutive seasons in which he scored 20 or more goals (setting a career high of 43 goals in 1968-69) and topped the 80 point mark more than eight times with a high of 96 points in 1970. He also centered a line with Lou Jankowski and Ron Leopold in 1963 that set a WHL record of 278 points for three players. In addition, he led the league in assists once, and was a two-time selection to the WHL first all-star team. Norm also played on two WHL Championship teams, the 1956-57 Brandon Regals and 1970-71 Portland Buckaroos. He then hung up his skates and retired after the 1971 season and went into coaching with the Spokane Jets.
Norm, like many other Portland Buckaroos players then settled in Portland after his playing days were over.

Norm Johnson
Regular Season Playoffs
Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1951-52 Moose Jaw Canucks WCJHL 44 16 13 29 96
1954-55 Fort Wayne Komets IHL 22 7 8 15 17
1955-56 Regina/Brandon Regals WHL 69 15 22 37 53
1956-57 Brandon Regals WHL 70 32 46 78 75 9 2 7 9 2
1957-58 Springfield Indians AHL 52 8 33 41 46
1957-58 Boston Bruins NHL 15 2 3 5 8 12 4 0 4 6
1958-59 Rochester Americans AHL 14 3 4 7 8 5 1 2 3 13
1958-59 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 7 1 0 1 8
1958-59 Boston Bruins NHL 39 2 17 19 25
1959-60 Calgary Stampeders WHL 45 20 40 60 32
1959-60 Buffalo Bisons AHL 23 5 12 17 10
1959-60 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 2 0 0 0 0
1960-61 Calgary Stampeders WHL 58 23 64 87 19 5 1 3 4 2
1961-62 Calgary Stampeders WHL 69 29 64 93 25 7 0 5 5 2
1962-63 Calgary Stampeders WHL 69 22 43 65 27
1963-64 Los-Angeles Blades WHL 70 33 53 86 38 12 5 14 19 18
1963-64 St.-Paul Rangers CPHL 1 0 1 1 2
1964-65 Los-Angeles Blades WHL 69 26 55 81 39
1965-66 Los-Angeles Blades WHL 71 23 54 77 34
1966-67 Los-Angeles Blades WHL 67 31 46 77 20
1967-68 Portland Buckaroos WHL 72 23 40 63 24 12 1 9 10 14
1968-69 Portland Buckaroos WHL 71 43 47 90 40 11 4 6 10 8
1969-70 Portland Buckaroos WHL 71 34 62 96 34 11 7 10 17 24
1970-71 Portland Buckaroos WHL 72 37 55 92 86 11 3 11 14 29

WHL Awards:
WHL Prairie Division Second All-Star Team (1957)
WHL First All-Star Team (1961, 1962)
WHL Second All-Star Team (1969)

Tom "Dobie" McVie, Left-Wing # 19/3, 1961-1966 & 1972-73
Tom McVie Official Team photo, WHLA native of Trail, B.C. played 15 seasons in the WHL, including championship seasons in 1959 with Seattle and 1964-65 with Portland.
Tom McVie was part of the Portland Buckaroos franchise for six seasons. During that time he played in 310 games, scored 168 goals and tallied another 153 assists, for a total of 321 points. Tom was also the Buckaroos points Leader in 1961-62 with 85 points and ranked #1 in goals scored on the bucks in 1961-62 (45), 1962-63 & 1964-65 (37). Tom played in more than 1100 professional games during his career, scoring 470 goals.
Tom also enjoyed a productive 27 years as a coach, starting with Fort Wayne of the Eastern Hockey League and including coaching positions in the WHA, AHL and NHL. He coached the WHA Winnipeg Jets to the Avco Cup in 1979. He also coached the Washington Capitals, NHL Winnipeg Jets, New Jersey Devils and Boston Bruins. A remarkable coaching career with more than 600 victories. He is now a scout with the Boston Bruins.
Tom settled in Vancouver ,Washington after his playing days were over.

Tom McVie
Regular Season Playoffs
Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1956-57 Toledo Mercurys IHL 60 17 26 43 43
1957-58 Toledo Mercurys IHL 64 34 31 65 31
1957-58 Seattle Americans WHL 3 0 2 2 0
1958-59 Seattle Totems WHL 50 26 23 49 43 12 1 10 11 2
1959-60 Seattle Totems WHL 70 27 44 71 34 4 0 2 2 0
1960-61 Seattle Totems WHL 70 33 32 65 79 11 1 2 3 12
1961-62 Portland Buckaroos WHL 67 45 40 85 80 7 4 2 6 9
1962-63 Portland Buckaroos WHL 68 37 35 72 65 7 3 3 6 6
1963-64 Portland Buckaroos WHL 69 36 38 74 26 5 1 4 5 22
1964-65 Portland Buckaroos WHL 70 37 29 66 59 10 3 6 9 16
1965-66 Portland Buckaroos WHL 35 13 10 23 21 13 2 4 6 4
1966-67 Los-Angeles Blades WHL 70 24 30 54 48
1967-68 Phoenix Roadrunners WHL 71 29 31 60 34 4 0 3 3 4
1968-69 Phoenix Roadrunners WHL 73 25 31 56 28
1969-70 Seattle Totems WHL 73 19 33 52 63 6 1 1 2 0
1970-71 Seattle Totems WHL 58 10 21 31 60
1971-72 Seattle Totems WHL 10 1 2 3 12
1971-72 Fort Wayne Komets IHL 50 21 35 56 28 8 7 4 11 8
1972-73 Johnstown Jets EHL 30 13 12 25 64
1972-73 Portland Buckaroos WHL 1 0 1 1 0
1973-74 IHL 10 0 1 1 4

Cliff Schmautz, Right-Wing # 9, 1963-1970 & 1971-1973

Cliff Schmautz on the boards, WHLRight-winger Cliff Schmautz split one NHL season between the Buffalo Sabres and Philadelphia Flyers. His brief NHL tenure came late in his pro career when he was an established scoring star in the Western league.
The older brother of Bobby Schmautz was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and played junior with the local Quakers. During his first pro season he scored 32 goals for the IHL's Omaha Knights and never looked back. He excelled with the EPHL's Soo Thunderbirds then spent several years tormenting goalies in the WHL. Overall Schmautz topped the 20-goal mark six times with the Portland Buckaroos and was the top scorer in WHL with 104 points in 1966. That year he was also named to the league's first all-star team.
In June, 1970 his hopes of playing in the NHL received a boost when he was claimed by the expansion Buffalo Sabres in the Intra-League Draft. Schmautz scored five goals in 26 games then joined the Flyers for 30 games after he was claimed on waivers. Following his dream season, the classy veteran returned to the WHL and retired in 1975.
Cliff like many other Portland Buckaroos settled in Portland after his playing days were over. Tragically, Cliff passed away in 2004 from a heart attack.



Cliff Schmautz
Regular Season Playoffs
Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1959-60 Omaha Knights IHL 63 32 20 52 91
1959-60 Calgary Stampeders WHL 5 1 1 2 11
1960-61 Sault-Ste.-Marie Thunderbirds EPHL 70 32 20 52 91 12 7 6 13 4
1961-62 Sault-Ste.-Marie Thunderbirds EPHL 24 6 9 15 24
1961-62 Buffalo Bisons AHL 43 14 13 27 29 4 0 0 0 12
1962-63 Buffalo Bisons AHL 64 24 15 39 24 13 8 4 12 4
1963-64 Portland Buckaroos WHL 34 7 7 14 22 5 2 3 5 2
1963-64 Buffalo Bisons AHL 26 3 7 10 6
1964-65 Portland Buckaroos WHL 66 17 42 59 84 10 3 2 5 0
1965-66 Portland Buckaroos WHL 72 46 58 104 47 14 9 7 16 17
1966-67 Portland Buckaroos WHL 66 28 29 57 53 4 2 1 3 2
1967-68 Portland Buckaroos WHL 69 26 33 59 36 12 7 4 11 4
1968-69 Portland Buckaroos WHL 53 27 29 56 28 11 10 4 14 4
1969-70 Portland Buckaroos WHL 70 40 33 73 23 11 6 6 12 6
1970-71 Buffalo Sabres NHL 26 5 7 12 10
1970-71 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 30 8 12 20 23
1971-72 Portland Buckaroos WHL 68 40 37 77 44 11 6 2 8 2
1972-73 Portland Buckaroos WHL 54 30 21 51 47
1974-75 Portland Buckaroos WIHL 0 11 8 19 8

WHL Awards:
First Team All Star - 1966
Second Team All Star - 1972

Gordon Fashoway, Left-Wing # 11, 1960-1964

Gordon Fashoway signed program cover, WHLLeft-Winger Gordon Fashoway signed with the Portland Buckaroos of the old WHL on August 31, 1960. "Fash" as his team mates called him was by then already the 3rd highest goal scorer in hockey history with 450 goals, trailing only Gordie Howe with 468 and Maurice 'The Rocket" Richard with 544. Gordon was familiar with Portland and the fans since he had played for the Portland Eagles in 1950-51.
At 34, the 180-pound veteran was counted on for first-line duty with the Bucks. He had played nine seasons with New Westminster in the old Pacific Coast League before moving to Victoria, while twice leading the league in goals scored. Fashoway broke into hockey with Kansas City in the old United States Hockey League and also played part of one season with the Chicago Black Hawks.
Fashoway's 1st season in Portland produced exactly the results that the Buckaroos hoped for when they signed him as he lead the team with 42 goals and assisted on 32, for a total of 74 points. In addition, it was his leadership and gritty style that helped the Bucks win the Lester Patrick cup. The Western Hockey League rewarded his efforts as the first winner of the new Fred J. Hume trophy
(see the trophy by going to my trophies page) as the most gentlemanly player in the Western Hockey League. Fash received the trophy - voted by sports writers for gentlemanly conduct combined with outstanding ability - from league President Al Leader at the Glass Palace (Memorial Coliseum).
On December 12, 1962 Gordon scored his 1000th point as a professional hockey player. He scored the point while driving the puck into the net behind the San Francisco Seals Goaltender, Jim McLeod at 15:47 of the third period. While the Glass Palace fans roared for Fashoway's goal, they really didn't know they were roaring too, for a bit of hockey history. In fact, even Fashoway himself didn't know he had just scored his 1000th point as a pro. When he was told that he had just scored his 1000th point, Fash's reply was "is that so". For Fashoway that was quite the statement since he always let his game speak for itself, rather than tooting his own horn.
On January 1, 1963 Gordon Fashoway announced at a morning conference that he would be retiring at the end of the season, ending a 15-year career as a professional hockey player. Hal Laycoe, went overboard as he lavished praise on Fashoway. Laycoe pointed out that Fashoway had been the only captain the Portland club had ever known and he credited Fash's inspired leadership as a major factor in the Buck's incredible success. The Buckaroo skipper also dipped into the past to reveal Fashoway's value as a player. "Back in 1951, New Westminster purchased Fash from the Chicago Black Hawks for $6500.00, which in those days was an astounding price, perhaps the equivalent of $45,000.00 (in 1963). "Well, all I can say is that it was the greatest investment any hockey club made."
On March 27, 1963 the Portland Buckaroos and their fans honored Fash with "Gordon Fashoway" night. On that night Gordon was presented with a 1963 station wagon from the club and fans that loved him…a washer and drier from the team mates that so respected him…golf clubs, cash and savings bonds from those who admired him and a wrist watch from his coach Hal Laycoe. Fashoway walked away from the game as the second highest goal scorer in all of professional hockey, with a new job as the first chief scout and director of player development for the Portland Hockey Club. He also received a telegraph of congratulations from the President of the NHL, Clarence Campbell as well as sincere praise from the president of the WHL, Al Leader. That night as he had so many other times, Gordon Fashoway did what he did best. He scored Portland's first goal in a 9-2 victory over Calgary that meant a championship.
When Fashoway final hung up his skates for good at the end of the 1963 season, the 37-year-old native of Manitoba had appeared in over 965 games and had bagged 560 goals (not including his NHL or USHL goals). In addition, Fash's achievements in the WHL were studded with record breaking marks. He had played in 842 regular season games, was the league's all-time top goal manufacturer with 485, scored 20 or more goals in 15 straight seasons, 30 or more goals in 11 seasons, 40 or more goals in six seasons, ranked fourth in points with 812 and seventh in assists with 359. Fash also scored 50 goals in a season twice; 52 with Kansas City in 1949-50 and 52 with New West Minster in 1951-52.
Gordon Fashoway would eventually also take over as the Coach and General Managers of the Portland Buckaroos in 1969 when Hal Laycoe left to take over as coach of the Los Angeles Kings. Fashoway lead the Buckaroos to a Lester Patrick Cup Championship in 1970- 71 before eventually stepping down as coach in 1972.


Gordon Fashoway
Regular Season Playoffs
Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1946-47 Harringay Racers BNL 36 63 22 85 44
1947-48 New Westminster Royals PCHL 60 47 36 83 50
1948-49 Kansas-City Pla-Mors USHL 64 13 22 35 42
1949-50 Kansas-City Mohawks USHL 66 52 32 84 71 3 0 0 0 0
1950-51 New Westminster Royals PCHL 32 12 13 25 26
1950-51 Milwaukee Sea Gulls USHL 10 4 9 13 4
1950-51 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 13 3 2 5 14
1951-52 New Westminster Royals PCHL 70 51 34 85 46
1952-53 New Westminster Royals WHL 68 35 28 63 31 7 3 2 5 0
1953-54 New Westminster Royals WHL 70 43 26 69 35 7 2 3 5 4
1954-55 New Westminster Royals WHL 70 45 32 77 20
1955-56 New Westminster Royals WHL 69 47 32 79 16 4 0 1 1 0
1956-57 New Westminster Royals WHL 70 41 25 66 36 11 6 5 11 6
1957-58 New Westminster Royals WHL 69 33 33 66 43 4 1 0 1 0
1958-59 New Westminster Royals WHL 67 37 24 61 16
1959-60 Victoria Cougars WHL 70 34 33 67 12 11 4 3 7 2
1960-61 Portland Buckaroos WHL 66 42 32 74 8 14 6 10 16 2
1961-62 Portland Buckaroos WHL 60 29 27 56 14 7 3 3 6 10
1962-63 Portland Buckaroos WHL 61 36 20 56 8 7 3 0 3 0
1963-64 Portland Buckaroos WHL 1 0 0 0 0
NHL Totals 13 3 2 5 14

WHL Awards:
Fred J. Hume Cup (Most Gentlemanly Player) - 1961
Second Team All Star - 1957, 1958, 1961

USHL Awards:
First Team All-Star - 1950

PCHL Awards:
First Team All-Star - 1952

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