Gord Fraser
Position Defenceman
Shot Left
6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
180 lb (82 kg)
Teams NHL
Chicago Black Hawks
Detroit Cougars
Montreal Canadiens
Pittsburgh Pirates
Philadelphia Quakers
Victoria Cougars
Seattle Metropolitans
Pittsburgh Yellow Jackets
Pittsburgh Shamrocks
London Tecumsehs
Detroit Olympics
Providence Reds
Portland Buckaroos
Seattle Sea Hawks
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born January 3, 1902(1902-01-03),
Pembroke, Ontario
Died 1966,
Pro Career 1921 – 1936

Gord Fraser (born - January 3, 1902 in Pembroke, Ontario - died 1966) was a Canadian professional Hockey defenceman who played five seasons in the National Hockey League for the Chicago Black Hawks, Detroit Cougars, Montreal Canadiens, Pittsburgh Pirates and Philadelphia Quakers. He won the Stanley Cup in 1925 with Victoria Cougars, the last Non-NHL team to win the Cup.

Fraser started out with the Pembroke team in the Upper Ottawa Valley League in 1916-17 and 1917-18. In 1918-19 he played for a junior team in Port Arthur, Ontario.

In 1919-20 Fraser joined the Calgary Wanderers of the Alberta Big Four League and then switched to the Calgary Tigers of the same league. He finally turned pro with the Seattle Metropolitans in 1921-22, In 1924 he moved to the Victoria Cougars.

Career statisticsEdit

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1921–22Seattle MetropolitansPCHA2452735
1922–23Seattle MetropolitansPCHA2844837
1923–24Seattle MetropolitansPCHA301451964
1924–25Victoria CougarsWCHL28931264
1925–26Victoria CougarsWCHL710112
1926–27Chicago Black HawksNHL44146208921016
1927–28Chicago Black HawksNHL1111210----------
1927–28Detroit CougarsNHL3031450----------
1928–29Detroit OlympicsCPHL01361977
1928–29Detroit CougarsNHL1300012----------
1929–30Providence RedsCAHL751634
1929–30Montreal CanadiensNHL100004----------
1929–30Pittsburgh PiratesNHL30641037----------
1930–31Philadelphia QuakersNHL700022----------
1930–31Pittsburgh Yellow JacketsIHL38731075
1931–32Pittsburgh Yellow JacketsIHL010152590
1932–33London TecumsehsIHL0381160
1933–34Seattle Sea HawksNWHL01181948
1933–34London TecumsehsIHL00004
1934–35Portland BuckaroosNWHL321071766
1935–36Pittsburgh ShamrocksIHL042614
NHL Totals 145 24 12 36 224 2 1 0 1 6

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