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Honoured Member of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame

Raymanson

Raymond Clifton Manson

  • Born: December 3, 1926, in St. Boniface, Manitoba
  • Hometown: St. Boniface, Manitoba
  • Died: November 10, 2004 in Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • Position: Left Wing


spent four years in the Manitoba Junior with four different clubs. ... his best season was 1946-47 when he led the league with 19 assists and 41 points with Brandon. ... the Elks won the league championship that year. ... the Bruin prospect played one game for the parent club in 1947-48. ... spent the rest of the year as a productive scorer with the Boston Olympics. ... in June of 48, was shipped to the New York Rangers to complete the trade that saw Grant Warwick end up in a Boston uniform. ... he recorded an assist in one game for the Blueshirts. ... played 445 minor league games in seven seasons, in the Rangers system, scoring 160 goals and 332 points. ... in 1954, was the top point getter in the WHL playoffs, helping Saskatoon reach the finals. ... released following 1954-55 season. ... signed with Brandon of the WHL. ... would have his best seasons as a pro, scoring 35 goals in 1955-56, and 40 in 1956-57. ... selected to the Prairie Division First All-Star Team in 1957. ... ten years after leading the junior Elks to the championship, Mason led the Regals to the WHL crown. ... retired professionally after the season. ... then joined his hometown Maroons for a crack at the Allan Cup.

Career StatisticsEdit

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1943-44 St. Boniface Athletics MJHL 10 8 3 11 2 9 3 3 6 0
1944-45 Winnipeg Esquires-Red Wings MJHL 10 10 5 15 16 6 6 2 8 15
1945-46 Winnipeg Rangers MJHL 10 10 5 15 13 2 1 0 1 2
1946-47 Brandon Elks MJHL 16 22 19 41 10 7 10 2 12 5
1947-48 Boston Bruins NHL 1 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
Boston Olympics EAHL 20 20 17 37 6 -- -- -- -- --
QSHL 46 24 22 46 10 -- -- -- -- --
1948-49 New York Rangers NHL 1 0 1 1 0 -- -- -- -- --
New York Rovers QSHL 41 17 13 30 8 -- -- -- -- --
1949-50 New Haven Ramblers AHL 70 11 15 26 26 -- -- -- -- --
1950-51 New Haven Eagles AHL 26 9 7 16 2 -- -- -- -- --
St. Paul Saints USHL 41 12 11 23 8 4 1 1 2 7
1951-52 Vancouver Canucks PCHL 70 36 32 68 21 -- -- -- -- --
1952-53 Vancouver Canucks WHL Statistics Unavailable -- -- -- -- --
Saskatoon Quakers WHL Statistics Unavailable 13 6 14 20 0
WHL Totals WHL 69 20 25 45 8 13 6 14 20 0
1953-54 Saskatoon Quakers WHL 70 28 42 70 22 6 1 3 4 0
1954-55 Saskatoon Quakers WHL 58 27 27 54 2 -- -- -- -- --
1955-56 Brandon Regals WHL 69 35 28 63 22 -- -- -- -- --
1956-57 Brandon Regals WHL 70 40 43 83 18 8 2 5 7 0
Edinburgh Cup -- -- -- -- -- 6 3 5 8 2
1957-58 Winnipeg Maroons Independent Statistics Unavailable -- -- -- -- --
Allan Cup -- -- -- -- -- 13 2 6 8 2
NHL Totals 2 0 1 1 0 -- -- -- -- --

Career MovesEdit

  • Traded to NY Rangers by Boston with Pentti Lund to complete transaction that sent Grant Warwick to Boston (February 6, 1948), June, 1948.

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