Jim Bartlett
Position Left Wing
Shoots Left
5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
165 lb (75 kg)
Teams New York Rangers
Boston Bruins
Montreal Canadiens
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born (1932-05-27)May 27, 1932,
Verdun, QC, CAN
Pro Career 1951 – 1972

James Baker Bartlett (born May 27, 1932 in Verdun, Quebec, Canada) is a Canadian former ice hockey left winger, principally for the New York Rangers.

Playing Career[edit | edit source]

Bartlett's career was mainly played in the American Hockey League for the Baltimore Clippers and Providence Reds, over twenty years. He spent three years with the Boston Bruins and one with the New York Rangers plus a few games with the Montreal Canadiens , playing a total of 191 games in the NHL. He scored 34 goals and 23 assists.

He played junior hockey in Quebec with the Verdun Maple Leafs, Verdun Lasalles, and St Jerome Aigles from 1949 to 1952. Bartlett also played senior hockey with the Matane Red Rocks as they played in the 1953-54 Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.

Bartlett was called up for a cup of coffee with the Montreal Canadiens at the ned of the 1954-55 season. He also played for the Rangers and Bruins in the 1950's and 1960-61.

He set an AHL record in 1958 when he scored two goals five seconds apart. He almost had his career end in 1963 when he was hit in his eye with a stick, however, he was back playing within months.

Bartlett retired in 1973.

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