Gordie Drillon

Career

  • NHL: 1936-43; 7 seasons, all quality
  • 155G (22nd All Time when he went to war), 139A for 294P in 311 Games; 37.4 PS
  • At the time he joined the RCAF, Drillon was 2nd All Time in GPG, 6th in APG and 2nd in PPG[1. Minium 300 games]
  • Era: Drillon is 1st in Goals and GPG, 8th in Assists, 5th in APG, 4th in Points, 2nd in PPG, 3rd in OPS, 6th in PS and 25th in Games[2. Of the 29 players to play in at least 300 games between 1936 and 1943]
  • 82-game average: 41G, 37A for 81P
  • 3-year peak (1940-43): 48-game average of 26G, 21A for 47P
  • Playoffs: 26G,[3. Drillon held the career lead in playoffs goals from 1940, when he tied the record, to 1947][4.┬áDrillon held the career record for playoff GPG from 1941 to 1946] 15A for 41P[5. Drillon briefly held the record for career playoff points in 1943] in 50 games
  • Adjusted: 228G, 237A for 465P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 60G, 62A for 123P
  • If the qualifier is set to 300 games, Drillon is 19th All Time in Adjusted PPG
  • Traded once in his prime.

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Frederick Bun Cook

Career

  • NHL: 1926-37; 11 seasons, 8 quality
  • 158G (13th All Time at his retirement), 144A (10th) for 293P (10th) in 433 games (21st); 51.7 PS (14th)
  • At his retirement, Cook was 16th All Time in GPG, 13th in APG and 17th in PPG[1. Minimum 300 games]
  • At his retirement, Cook was 12th All Time in Offensive Point Shares
  • Era: Cook is 6th in Goals and APG, 7th in GPG, Assists and Points, 8th in PPG and OPS, 11th in PS and 13th in Games[2. Of the 35 players to play in at least 400 games between 1926 and 37]
  • 82-game average: 27G, 25A for 52P
  • 3-year peak (1929-32): 44-game average of 19G, 18A for 37P
  • Playoffs: 15G, 3A for 18P in 46 games
  • Adjusted: 288G, 501A for 789P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 55G, 95A for 149P
  • If the qualifier is set at 82-games, Cook is 25th All Time in Adjusted PPG[3. If the qualifier is set to 300 games, Cook is 12th All Time]
  • Traded into the NHL, traded at the end of his career.

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