Alexander Gray (June 21, 1899 - April 10, 1986) was a Canadian ice hockey right winger for the New York Rangers and the Toronto Maple Leafs from 1927 to 1933.
Early life Edit
Although born in
Glasgow, Scotland, Alex Gray grew up in Thunder Bay, Ontario. He played for five years with the Port Arthur senior hockey team.
New York Rangers Edit
1928 Gray signed with the New York Rangers of the NHL. Wearing jersey number 2, he played on a line with Paul Thompson and Murray Murdoch. He helped the Rangers win the Stanley Cup that spring.
After his rookie season in New York he was involved in a big trade with the
Toronto Maple Leafs, He was traded along with Lorne Chabot for Melville "Butch" Keeling and John Ross Roach.
Toronto Maple Leafs Edit
He played a total of 13 games for the
Maple Leafs in the 1928–29 season (7 regular season games and 4 playoff games). After 1 season in Toronto he was sent to the minors where he spent the remainder of his career.
He played for the
Toronto Ravinas, Cleveland Indians, and the Windsor Bulldogs. Gray retired in 1933.
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