NHL Second All-Star Team (1942)
Played in NHL All-Star Game (1949)
Signed as a free agent by NY Americans, October 13, 1939. Team name changed to Brooklyn Americans prior to 1941-42 season. Rights transferred to Detroit from Brooklyn in Special Dispersal Draw, October 9, 1942. Traded to Boston by Detroit for Flash Hollett, January 5, 1944. Traded to NY Rangers by Boston for Bill Moe, the rights to Lorne Ferguson and future considerations, October 7, 1949. Traded to Providence (AHL) by NY Rangers with Zellio Toppazzini and Jean-Paul Denis for Jack Stoddard, January 1, 1952. Suspended for life by AHL for assaulting linesman Patsy Callighen in game vs. St. Louis, November 5, 1952. Suspension lifted on December 14, 1952. Missed remainder of 1952-53 due to knee injury vs. Pittsburgh (AHL), January 6, 1953.