Terrance George "Terry" Reardon (born April 6, 1919 in Winnipeg, Manitoba – February 14, 1993) was a professional centre who played 197 games in the National Hockey League. He played with the Boston Bruins, Chicago Black Hawks, and Montreal Canadiens. Boston engraved his name on the 1939 Stanley Cup, even though he only played four regular season games with the club. Reardon won another Stanley Cup in 1941 with the Boston Bruins as a full time member.
He played junior hockey in Manitoba from 1935-38.
Reardon turned pro in 1938-39 with the Hershey Bears and Boston Bruins. In 1941 he was loaned to the Montreal Canadiens for two seasons because of wartime (World War II) regulations. He played for the senior Nanaimo Army team in 1943-44 as a member of the Canadian Army.
After the war, Reardon rejoined the Bruins for two years. In 1947 he became the playing-coach of the Providence Reds. Reardon was the playing-coach of the Sydney Millionaires of the Maritime Major Hockey League in 1953-54.
He retired in 1955 after playing 15 games for Providence that season.
Awards & Achievements[edit | edit source]
- MJHL Scoring Champion (1938)
- Stanley Cup Championship (1939, 1941)
- Calder Cup (AHL) Championships (1949 & 1956)
- AHL Coach of the Year (1971)
- Honoured Member of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame