Burlington winning the team MVP award with the Saskatoon Quakers in 1950. Tom "Tucker" Burlington (born August 8, 1920 in Toronto, Ontario) was a Canadian centre. He played junior hockey for the Owen Sound Greys until 1941, when he turned pro with the Atlantic City Sea Gulls. He scored 65 goals and 66 assists in 60 games for the Sea Gulls. In 1942 Burlington moved to the Cleveland Barons for four seasons. He exceeded 80 points in three of those seasons and won the Calder Cup in 1945. Burlington moved back to his hometown senior Owen Sound Mercurys in 1950, immediately winning the Allan Cup. He stayed with the Mercurys for another five seasons, retiring in 1956. Retrieved from "https://icehockey.fandom.com/wiki/Tom_Burlington?oldid=304354" Categories: Born in 1920 Canadian ice hockey players Owen Sound Greys alumni Atlantic City Sea Gulls players Cleveland Barons (AHL, 1937-1973) players Calder Cup champions Providence Reds players Saskatoon Quakers (SSHL) players Owen Sound Mercurys players Allan Cup winners Retired in 1956 Add category Cancel Save Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.