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Ken Randall
Kenrandall
Position right winger/defenceman
Shoots Right
Nickname(s) Pepper Kid
Height
Weight
0 ft 0 in (0 m)
0 lb (0 kg)
Teams Brantford Indians(OPHL)
Port Hope Professionals(EOPHL)
Saskatoon Hoo Hoos(SPHL)
Saskatoon Real Estate(SPHL)
Toronto Blueshirts(NHA)
Sydney Millionaires(MPHL)
Montreal Wanderers(NHA)
Toronto Arenas(NHL)
Toronto St. Patricks(OPHL)
Hamilton Tigers(NHL)
New York Americans(NHL)
Niagara-Falls Hamilton(Can-Pro HL)
Providence Reds(CAHL)
Oshawa Patricias(OPHL)
Nationality Canada
Born December 24, 1888,
Kingston, Ontario
Died June 17, 1947,
Toronto, Ontario
Pro Career 1909 – 1931

Kenneth "Ken" Randall (December 14, 1888 - June 17, 1947) was a professional ice hockey player who played for 20 seasons, including ten seasons in the National Hockey League from 1917 to 1927 for the Toronto Arenas, Toronto St. Pats, Hamilton Tigers and New York Americans. He is a two-time Stanley Cup Champion.

Playing careerEdit

Ken had a long and varied playing career at a time that the professional ice hockey world was changing. He was an accomplished scorer when playing forward, and was a good defencemen which he became exclusively later in his career. He turned professional in the Ontario Professional Hockey League (OPHL), and played in the Maritime Professional Hockey League, the Eastern Ontario Professional Hockey League and the Saskatchewan Professional Hockey League before joining the Toronto Blueshirts of the National Hockey Association (NHA) in 1915. He played for the organization until 1923, as it changed from the Blueshirts to Arenas to St. Patricks, winning two Stanley Cups, in 1918 and 1922. In 1923, he joined the Hamilton Tigers, which in 1924 became embroiled in a labor conflict and his contract was sold to the new New York Americans, for which he played two years before becoming a player coach with the Providence Reds. He became a full-time coach in 1928, but still had some playing time left in him, playing for the Oshawa Patricias when the OPHL was revived in 1930.

Career statisticsEdit

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1909–10 Brantford Indians OPHL 10 13 0 13 26
1910–11 Port Hope Professionals EOPHL 6 19 0 19 -
1911–12 Montreal Wanderers NHA 1 0 0 0 0
Saskatoon Hoo Hoos SPHL 1 0 0 0 0
Saskatoon Real Estate SPHL 2 2 0 2 0
1912–13 Toronto NHA 2 0 0 0 0
Sydney Millionaires MPHL 12 17 0 17 18
1913–14 Sydney Millionaires MPHL 24 28 0 28 68
1914–15 Sydney Millionaires NSEPHL 8 11 0 11 17
1915–16 Toronto NHA 24 7 5 12 111
1916–17 Toronto NHA 13 8 2 10 64
Montreal Wanderers NHA 5 3 2 5 40
1917–18 Toronto NHL 20 12 0 12 55 7 2 1 3 33
1918–19 Toronto Arenas NHL 14 7 6 13 27
1919–20 Toronto St. Patricks NHL 21 10 7 17 43
1920–21 Toronto St. Patricks NHL 21 6 1 7 58 2 0 0 0 11
1921–22 Toronto St. Patricks NHL 24 10 6 16 20 6 2 0 2 23
1922–23 Toronto St. Patricks NHL 24 3 5 8 51
1923–24 Hamilton Tigers NHL 24 7 1 8 18
1924–25 Hamilton Tigers NHL 30 8 0 8 39
1925–26 New York Americans NHL 34 4 2 6 94
1926–27 New York Americans NHL 5 0 0 0 0
1927–28 Providence Reds CAHL 20 0 0 0 6
1930–31 Oshawa Patricias OPHL 2 0 0 0 0
NHL totals 217 67 28 95 415

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