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.
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.
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.
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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.