For other players of the same name, see John P. Riley, Jr. and Jack Riley (b. 1919)

Jack Riley (b. 1910)
Position Centre
5 ft 11 in (1.8 m)
155 lb (70 kg)
Teams Detroit Red Wings
Montreal Canadiens
Boston Bruins
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born December 29, 1910(1910-12-29),
Berckenla, IRL
Pro Career 1932 – 1941

John "Jack" Riley (December 29, 1910 – 1994) was a professional ice hockey centre during the 1930s in the NHL and AHA.

Born in Berckenla, Ireland, Riley was raised in Alberta, playing for the junior Calgary Indians.

Riley played four seasons in the NHL, primarily with the Montreal Canadiens. Following 104 NHL games he scored a total of 10 goals and 22 assists for 32 points, recording just 8 penalty minutes. He would go on to play in the AHA and lead the Tulsa Oilers in scoring during the 1936–37 season.

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