Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Nobby Clark
Patrick J. Clark, better known as Nobby was born in Orillia, Ontario on June 18th, 1897. Clark began his career playing in the US hockey hotbed of Minnesota, spending time in Duluth, Eveleth and Minneapolis before an intra-league trade sent him from Minneapolis to Boston and the NHL.

With the Bruins in 1927-28 Clark played five games without cracking the scoresheet. It would be Clark's only time in the NHL.

The rest of that season and all of the next year were spent in the Canadian Amateur league before he retired from hockey in 1929.

Clark made a comeback in 1932, returning to Minnesota to play 12 games with the Hibbing Monarchs.

REGULAR SEASON PLAYOFFS
Season Club League GP G A TP PIM +/- GP G A TP PIM
1920-21 Eveleth Rangers USAHA
1921-22 Eveleth Rangers NMHL
1922-23 Duluth Hornets USAHA 19 6 0 6
1923-24 Eveleth Rangers USAHA 11 1 0 1
1924-25 Eveleth Arrowheads USAHA 38 6 0 6 4 0 0 0
1925-26 Eveleth-Hibbing Rangers CHL 38 9 3 12 26
1926-27 Minneapolis Millers AHA 36 7 5 12 46 6 0 0 0 4
1927-28 Boston Bruins NHL 5 0 0 0 0
1927-28 New Haven Eagles Can-Am 40 6 2 8 35
1928-29 Philadelphia Arrows Can-Am 37 4 7 11 54
1929-30 St. Louis Flyers AHA 40 6 1 7 36
1930-31 St. Louis Flyers AHA 39 4 2 6 28
1931-32
1932-33 Hibbing Maroons CHL 12 1 6 7 4
NHL Totals 5 0 0 0 0


Traded to Boston by Minneapolis (AHA) with Norm Gainor for Billy Stuart, cash and future considerations, October 24, 1927. Traded to New Haven (Can-Am) by Boston with Billy Coutu for cash, January 5, 1928.
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