Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Gerry Gray
Netminder Gerry Gray played briefly with the Detroit Red Wings in the early 70s. He was better known as a proficient puck stopper in the minors and senior leagues.

Born in Brantford, Ontario, Gray played 121 games in three years of junior with the OHA's Hamilton Red Wings. After recording a 3.09 goals against average in 1967-68, he was placed on the OHA first all-star team. The young goalkeeper spent most of his six years as a pro in the minors. In 1970-71 he recorded two shutouts and a 2.78 goals against average for the CHL's Fort Worth Wings and shared the Terry Sawchuk trophy for allowing the fewest goals in the league with teammate Don McLeod.

Gray posted a 1-4-1 mark for the weak Red Wings during a seven game NHL trial in 1970-71. He was traded to the expansion New York Islanders on the eve of the 1972-73 season and played one last NHL contest before returning to the minors. In 1974-75, Gray joined the Brantford Foresters of the OHA senior A league and also played for the Cambridge Hornets and Brantford Alexanders before retiring in 1978.

Netminder Gerry Gray played briefly with the Detroit Red Wings in the early 70s. He was better known as a proficient puck stopper in the minors and senior leagues.

Born in Brantford, Ontario, Gray played 121 games in three years of junior with the OHA's Hamilton Red Wings. After recording a 3.09 goals against average in 1967-68, he was placed on the OHA first all-star team. The young goalkeeper spent most of his six years as a pro in the minors. In 1970-71 he recorded two shutouts and a 2.78 goals against average for the CHL's Fort Worth Wings and shared the Terry Sawchuk trophy for allowing the fewest goals in the league with teammate Don McLeod.

Gray posted a 1-4-1 mark for the weak Red Wings during a seven game NHL trial in 1970-71. He was traded to the expansion New York Islanders on the eve of the 1972-73 season and played one last NHL contest before returning to the minors. In 1974-75, Gray joined the Brantford Foresters of the OHA senior A league and also played for the Cambridge Hornets and Brantford Alexanders before retiring in 1978.

Netminder Gerry Gray played briefly with the Detroit Red Wings in the early 70s. He was better known as a proficient puck stopper in the minors and senior leagues.

Born in Brantford, Ontario, Gray played 121 games in three years of junior with the OHA's Hamilton Red Wings. After recording a 3.09 goals against average in 1967-68, he was placed on the OHA first all-star team. The young goalkeeper spent most of his six years as a pro in the minors. In 1970-71 he recorded two shutouts and a 2.78 goals against average for the CHL's Fort Worth Wings and shared the Terry Sawchuk trophy for allowing the fewest goals in the league with teammate Don McLeod.

Gray posted a 1-4-1 mark for the weak Red Wings during a seven game NHL trial in 1970-71. He was traded to the expansion New York Islanders on the eve of the 1972-73 season and played one last NHL contest before returning to the minors. In 1974-75, Gray joined the Brantford Foresters of the OHA senior A league and also played for the Cambridge Hornets and Brantford Alexanders before retiring in 1978.


REGULAR SEASON PLAYOFFS
Season Club League GP W L T SO Avg GP W L T SO Avg
1965-66 Hamilton Red Wings OHA-Jr. 32 0 4.72 1 0 0 0 0 0.00
1966-67 Hamilton Red Wings OHA-Jr. 44 1 3.28 17 0 3.47
1967-68 Hamilton Red Wings OHA-Jr. 45 0 3.09 11 0 4.21
1968-69 Fort Worth Wings CHL 40 2 3.59
1969-70 Cleveland Barons AHL 35 1 3.94
1970-71 Detroit Red Wings NHL 7 1 4 1 0 4.74
1970-71 Fort Worth Wings CHL 33 2 2.78
1971-72 Tidewater Red Wings AHL 18 7 7 2 2 2.68
1971-72 Fort Worth Wings CHL 32 14 11 6 0 3.49 7 0 4.05
1972-73 New York Islanders NHL 1 0 1 0 0 5.00
1972-73 New Haven Nighthawks AHL 36 0 4.51
1973-74 Jacksonville Barons AHL 30 5 16 4 0 4.63
1974-75 Brantford Foresters OHA-Sr. 6 0 4.56
1975-76 Cambridge Hornets OHA-Sr. 22 0 3.76
1976-77 Brantford Alexanders OHA-Sr. 19 1 4.60
1977-78 Brantford Alexanders OHA-Sr. 15 0 5.57
NHL Totals 8 1 5 1 0 4.77


OHA-Jr. First All-Star Team (1968)
Terry Sawchuk Trophy (CHL - fewest goals against) (1971) (shared with Don McLeod)
Traded to NY Islanders by Detroit with Arnie Brown for Denis DeJordy and Don McLaughlin, October 4, 1972.
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