Doug McKay

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For other people named Doug McKay, see Doug McKay (disambiguation).

Douglas Alvin McKay (born May 28, 1929 in Hamilton, Ontario) is a professional ice hockey player who played left wing, shooting left. He played pro-hockey from 1947-48 season to the 1951-52 for 5 different teams in 4 leagues. He won the Calder Cup in 1950 with Indianapolis Capitals in AHL. He also played one game in finals for Detroit Red Wings in 1950, helping them win the Stanley Cup. McKay name was left off the cup because was not a regular member of the team. McKay, however, qualified to be on the cup. Doug McKay and Chris Hayes are the only players who played their only NHL game in the Stanley Cup finals for a Stanley Cup winning team. McKay also did a rare double with teammate Gordon Haidy winning the Calder Cup and Stanley Cup in the same season.

Career statistics[edit]

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1947-48 Windsor Spitfires OHA 33 18 32 50 25 -- -- -- -- --
1947-48 Detroit Bright's Goodyear IHL 24 8 16 24 68 -- -- -- -- --
1948-49 Ryan.-Auto IHL 6 2 4 6 26 -- -- -- -- --
1949-50& Indianapolis Capitals AHL 65 16 31 47 37 8 2 6 8 12
1949-50& Detroit Red Wings NHL -- -- -- -- -- 1 0 0 0 0
1950-51 Omaha Knights USHL 10 4 5 9 26 10 2 1 3 24
1950-51 Indianapolis Capitals AHL 35 7 8 15 31 -- -- -- -- --
1951-52 Indianapolis Capitals AHL 50 2 8 10 35 -- -- -- -- --
1955-56 Stratford Indians OHASr. 27 8 14 22 0 -- -- -- -- --
1956-57 Stratford Indians OHASr 25 3 12 15 0 -- -- -- -- --
NHL Totals 1 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --

&- Won the Calder Cup (AHL Champions), and Stanley Cup (NHL Champion) in the same season.

References[edit]

  • Total Hockey 2nd Edition, Dan Diamond; Scarbrough, Ont.