Jim Henry (ice hockey)

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Jim Henry
Born (1920-10-23)October 23, 1920
Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Died January 21, 2004(2004-01-21) (aged 83)
Height 5 ft 9 in (175 cm)
Weight 165 lb (75 kg; 11 st 11 lb)
Position Goaltender
Caught Left
Played for Boston Bruins
Chicago Black Hawks
New York Rangers
Playing career 1941–1960

Samuel James "Sugar Jim" Henry (October 23, 1920 – January 21, 2004) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player. A goaltender, Henry played in the National Hockey League (NHL) with the New York Rangers, Chicago Black Hawks and the Boston Bruins.

Playing career[edit]

Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Henry started his NHL career in 1941 with the New York Rangers. He later played for the Chicago Black Hawks (1948–49) and the Boston Bruins (1951–52 through 1954–55). Henry appeared in the 1952 NHL All-Star game.

In 2004, Henry was inducted into the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame & Museum.

Awards and achievements[edit]

  • Turnbull Cup MJHL Championship (1939)
  • Allan Cup Championships (1941 & 1943)
  • USHL First All-Star Team (1950)
  • Charles Gardiner Memorial Trophy Winner (Top Goaltender USHL) (1950)
  • NHL Second All-Star Team (1952)
  • Played in NHL All-Star Game (1952)
  • “Honoured Member” of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame

Career statistics[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Season Team League GP W L T MIN GA SO GAA
1937–38 Winnipeg Lombards WJrHL
1938–39 Brandon Elks MJHL 15 900 44 1 2.96
1939–40 Winnipeg Lombards MJHL 23 1380 82 0 3.57
1940–41 Regina Rangers SSHL 29 1740 87 2 3.00
1941–42 New York Rangers NHL 48 29 17 2 2960 143 1 2.90
1942–43 Ottawa Staff Clerks ONDHL 8 480 53 0 6.63
1942–43 Ottawa Commandos QSHL 23 1380 84 1 3.65
1943–44 Red Deer Army CNDHL 16 960 52 0 3.25
1943–44 Calgary Navy CNDHL 15 900 92 0 6.13
1945–46 New York Rangers NHL 11 1 7 2 623 42 1 4.04
1945–46 New Haven Ramblers AHL 25 8 15 2 1500 96 1 3.84
1946–47 New York Rangers NHL 2 0 2 0 120 9 0 4.50
1946–47 New Haven Ramblers AHL 58 20 28 10 3480 197 5 3.40
1947–48 New York Rangers NHL 48 17 18 13 2880 153 2 3.19
1947–48 New Haven Ramblers AHL 13 6 6 1 780 40 1 3.08
1948–49 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 60 21 31 8 3600 211 0 3.52
1949–50 Kansas City Pla-Mors USHL 68 29 27 12 4080 255 3 3.75
1950–51 Omaha Knights USHL 7 5 2 0 420 18 1 2.57
1950–51 Indianapolis Capitals AHL 58 37 19 2 3520 202 0 3.44
1951–52 Boston Bruins NHL 70 25 29 16 4200 176 7 2.51
1952–53 Boston Bruins NHL 70 28 29 13 4200 172 7 2.46
1953–54 Boston Bruins NHL 70 32 28 10 4200 181 8 2.59
1954–55 Boston Bruins NHL 27 8 12 6 1572 79 1 3.02
1955–56 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds NOHA
1956–57 Winnipeg Maroons X-Games
1957–58 Winnipeg Maroons X-Games
1958–59 Warroad Lakers MHL-Sr. 14 840 41 0 2.92
1959–60 St. Paul Saints IHL 9 540 35 0 3.89
NHL totals 406 161 173 70 24,355 1166 27 2.87
AHL totals 154 71 68 15 9280 535 7 3.46

Playoffs[edit]

Season Team League GP W L T MIN GA SO GAA
1938–39 Brandon Elks MJHL 7 420 30 0 4.29
1938–39 Brandon Elks M-Cup 6 3 3 360 26 1 4.33
1939–40 Brandon Elks MJHL 3 3 0 0 180 6 1 2.00
1940–41 Regina Rangers SSHL 8 480 22 1 2.75
1940–41 Regina Rangers Al-Cup 14 9 4 1 840 38 2 2.71
1941–42 New York Rangers NHL 6 2 4 360 13 1 2.17
1942–43 Ottawa Commandos Al-Cup 12 9 2 1 740 35 2 2.84
1943–44 Red Deer Army CNDHL 5 300 19 0 3.80
1946–47 New Haven Ramblers AHL 3 1 2 180 11 0 3.67
1949–50 Kansas City Pla-Mors USHL 3 0 3 180 20 0 6.67
1950–51 Indianapolis Capitals AHL 3 0 3 190 11 0 3.47
1951–52 Boston Bruins NHL 7 3 4 448 18 1 2.41
1952–53 Boston Bruins NHL 9 5 4 510 26 0 3.06
1953–54 Boston Bruins NHL 4 0 4 240 16 0 4.00
1954–55 Boston Bruins NHL 3 1 2 183 8 0 2.62
1957–58 Winnipeg Maroons Al-Cup 12 10 2 0 720 31 1 2.58
1959–60 Winnipeg Maroons Al-Cup 3 1 2 0 179 6 0 2.01
Al-Cup totals 41 29 10 2 2479 110 5 2.66
NHL totals 29 11 18 1741 81 2 2.79
AHL totals 6 1 5 370 22 0 3.57

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