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Reggie Leach II

Reginald Joseph Leach

Selected by Boston Bruins 1st round (#3) in 1970 NHL Amateur Draft

made junior debut with Flin Flon (MJHL) at 16 in 1966-67. ... played on a line with Bobby Clarke. ... scored 67 goals, a league record for right wingers. ... finished fourth in league scoring with 113 points in 45 games. ... led playoffs in points (30) and goals (18). ... named to First All-Star Team. ... won the first of three junior championships. ... in 1967-68, set WCJHL record with 87 goals. ... named to First All-Star Team. ... missed most of 1968-69 season with separated shoulder. ... came back to lead WCHL playoffs with 13 goals. ... named to First All-Star Team. ... Flin Flon won the league championship. ... succeeded Clarke as team captain for 1969-70. ... led WCHL with 65 goals. ... won Brownridge Trophy as the league's top scorer with 111 points. ... led playoffs with 16 goals. ... named to First All-Star Team. ... named league MVP. ... Flin Flon won their second straight league title. ... the third player claimed in the 1970 Amateur Draft when Boston called his name. ... the Bruins were in the midst of winning the Stanley Cup twice in three years and were too deep in talent to give the youngster a fair shot. ... on February 23, 1972, was part of the package sent to California to acquire Carol Vadnais. ... had back to back 20 goal seasons in 1972-73 and 1973-74. ... got decent playing time, but had few quality players to play with. ...

Reggie Leach III
that all changed in May of 1974. ... only days after Philadelphia won the Stanley Cup, Flyers GM Keith Allen asked Bobby Clarke, his opinion about acquiring Reggie. … then he was a Flyer, only 5 days after they won the cup. ... teamed with Clarke and Bill Barber to score 45 goals. ... scored another eight goals in the playoffs. ... helping the Flyers repeat as Cup winners. ... in 1975-76, he exploded, scoring a league leading 61 goals. ... saved his best for the post-season, scoring 19 in only 16 games, a league record. ... scored 5 goals in one playoff game, tying a NHL record. ... the Flyers, however, would fall short, losing the Stanley Cup final to Montreal. ... received the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP. ... 1975-76, was a dream season for Leach. ... he set multiply NHL and team records. ... became second player in Philadelphia Flyers history to score 50 goals in a season when he got No. 50 on March 14, 1976, vs. Atlanta. ... became the first Philadelphia player to score 60 goals in a season when he scored No. 60 in April 1, 1976, game at vs. Washington. ... also became only the second player in NHL history to reach 60-goal mark, joining Phil Esposito. ... with linemates Clarke and Barber set a NHL record for most goals by a line. ... set NHL record for combined (regular season & playoff) goals with 80. ... played in the Canada Cup for Team Canada in 1976. ... slipped to 32, 24, and 34 goals respectively over the next three seasons. ...

Career StatisticsEdit

PlayingEdit

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1966-67 Flin Flon Bombers MJHL 45 67 46 113 118 8 12 11 23 4
Memorial Cup -- -- -- -- -- 6 6 1 7 11
1967-68 Flin Flon Bombers WCJHL 59 87 44 131 208 15 12 3 15 48
1968-69 Flin Flon Bombers WCHL 22 36 10 46 49 18 13 8 21 0
1969-70 Flin Flon Bombers WCHL 57 65 46 111 168 17 16 11 27 50
1970-71 Oklahoma City Blazers CHL 41 24 18 42 32 -- -- -- -- --
Boston Bruins NHL 23 2 4 6 0 3 0 0 0 0
1971-72 Boston Bruins NHL 56 7 13 20 12 -- -- -- -- --
California Golden Seals NHL 17 6 7 13 7 -- -- -- -- --
1972-73 California Golden Seals NHL 76 23 12 35 45 -- -- -- -- --
1973-74 California Golden Seals NHL 78 22 24 46 34 -- -- -- -- --
1974-75 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 80 45 33 78 63 17 8 2 10 6
1975-76 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 80 61 30 91 41 16 19 5 24 8
1976-77 Team Canada Canada Cup 6 1 1 2 4 -- -- -- -- --
Philadelphia Flyers NHL 77 32 14 46 23 10 4 5 9 0
1977-78 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 72 24 28 52 24 12 2 2 4 8
1978-79 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 76 34 20 54 20 8 5 1 6 0
1979-80 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 76 50 26 76 28 19 9 7 16 6
1980-81 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 79 34 36 70 59 9 0 0 0 2
1981-82 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 66 26 21 47 18 -- -- -- -- --
1982-83 Detroit Red Wings NHL 78 15 17 32 13 -- -- -- -- --
1983-84 Montana Magic CHL 76 21 29 50 34 -- -- -- -- --
NHL Totals 934 381 285 666 387 94 47 22 69 22

CoachingEdit

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League Type GP W L OTL Pts Finish GP W L Results
2007-08 Manitoulin Islanders NOJHL Associate Statistics Unavailable 6th 5 1 4 Lost Qtr Final
2008-09 Manitoulin Islanders NOJHL Head 50 7 40 3 17 4th West 4 0 4 Lost Div Semi
2009-10 Manitoulin Islanders NOJHL Head 50 4 45 1 9 4th West 4 0 4 Lost Div Semi
2010-11 Manitoulin Islanders NOJHL Head 50 4 46 0 8 4th West 4 0 4 Lost Div Semi

Awards & Achievements Edit

1966-67 Manitoba Junior Hockey League Record Most Goals--Right Winger 67
Manitoba Junior Hockey League First All-Star Team
Turnbull Cup Manitoba Junior Hockey League Championship
1967-68 Western Canada Junior Hockey League Goal Scoring Leader, setting Record of 87
Western Canada Junior Hockey League Record Most Points--Right Winger 131
Western Canada Junior Hockey League First All-Star Team
1968-69 Western Canada Hockey League First All-Star Team
President's Cup Western Canada Hockey League Championship
1969-70 Brownridge Trophy Western Canada Hockey League Scoring Champion
Western Canada Hockey League Goal Scoring Leader
Western Canada Hockey League MVP
Western Canada Hockey League First All-Star Team
President's Cup Western Canada Hockey League Championship
  • Stanley Cup National Hockey League Championship (1975)
  • National Hockey League Goal Scoring Leader (1976)
  • with Bobby Clarke & Bill Barber set National Hockey League record for most goals by a line with 141 (1976)
  • National Hockey League Second All-Star Team (1976)
  • tied National Hockey League record for most goals one playoff game with 5 (May 6, 1976)
  • set National Hockey League record for most goals one playoff series with 9 (1976)
  • set National Hockey League record for longest playoff goal scoring streak with 10 games (1976)
  • set National Hockey League record for most goals one playoff year with 19 (1976)
  • set National Hockey League record for most combined (regular season & playoff) goals with 80 (1976)
  • Conn Smythe Trophy National Hockey League Playoff MVP (1976)
  • Played in NHL All-Star Game (1976 & 1980)
  • Played in the Canada Cup Tournament for Canada (1976)
  • Inducted into the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame and Museum in 1997
  • Selected to Manitoba's All-Century Second All-Star Team
  • “Honoured Member” of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame

External linksEdit

Reggie Leach's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database

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