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Cecil Graham Dillon (April 26, 1908 in Toledo, Ohio, USA – November 14, 1969) was an American professional right winger who played 10 seasons in the National Hockey League for the New York Rangers and Detroit Red Wings. He won a Stanley Cup in 1933 with the New York Rangers.

Dillon started out with the Springfield Indians of the Canadian-American Hockey League from 1928 to 1931. In the middle of the 1930-31 season he was called up to the New York Rangers.

He remained with the Rangers for eight more full seasons, never missing a single game. Dillon was a second All-Star in 1935-36 and 1936-37 and a first All-Star in 1937-38.

His NHL rights were sold to the Detroit Red Wings in 1939 and he played one season there. After that he was traded to the Providence Reds of the American Hockey League (AHL).

He played one season with the Pittsburgh Hornets of the AHL in 1941-42 before retiring.

In 453 NHL games Dillon scored 167 goals and 131 assists. He also scored 14 goals and 9 assists in 43 playoff games.


Highlights of the February 22, 1934 game between the New York Rangers and the Detroit Red Wings, won by the Rangers 3-1. Rangers second goal by #8 Cecil Dillon, assisted by #4 Vic Ripley on Detroit's Wilf Cude is shown. Rangers goalie Andy Aitkenhead plays with a hat.

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