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Richard Winston "Dickie" Moore (born January 6, 1931, Montreal, Quebec) was a Canadian professional player.

Moore started playing with the Montreal Junior Royals for three seasons from 1947 to 1950. He won the Memorial Cup with the Royals in 1949, In 1949-50, Moore was added to the Montreal Junior Canadiens' roster as they, too, won the Memorial Cup.

He then split his time between the Montreal Royals of the Quebec Senior Hockey League (Major), the Buffalo Bisons and the Montreal Canadiens for several seasons. He was a member of the [Canadiens]]' Stanley Cup team in 1952-53.

In 1953-54 Moore became a full-time member of the Montreal Canadiens. He was with them as they won five consecutive Stanley Cups from 1956-50. Moore also won the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL's leading scorer in 1957-58 and 1958-59. He set a record for most points in a season with 96 in 1958-59.

Moore was also a first team NHL all star in 1957-58 & 1958-59 and a second team in 1960-61.

Moore retired after the 1962-63 season but then made a comeback in 1964-65 with the Toronto Maple Leafs. After retiring again he made another comeback with the St. Louis Blues in 1967-68.

In 1974, Dickie Moore was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. In 1998, he was ranked number 31 on the List of 100 greatest hockey players by The Hockey News.

Following his retirement from hockey he became a very successful businessman, operating a tool rental business in Montreal.

On November 12, 2005, the Canadiens retired the uniform number 12 in honor of both Moore and Yvan Cournoyer.

Contents

Awards

Records

Career statistics

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1948–49 Montreal Junior Royals QJHL
1948–49 Montreal Royals QSHL 2 0 0 0 0
1951–52 Montreal Royals QSHL 26 15 20 35 32
1951–52 Montreal Canadiens NHL 33 18 15 33 44 11 1 1 2 12
1952–53 Buffalo Bisons AHL 6 2 3 5 10
1952–53 Montreal Canadiens NHL 18 2 6 8 19 12 3 2 5 13
1953–54 Montreal Royals QHL 2 0 1 1 4
1953–54 Montreal Canadiens NHL 13 1 4 5 12 11 5 8 13 8
1954–55 Montreal Canadiens NHL 67 16 20 36 32 12 1 5 6 22
1955–56 Montreal Canadiens NHL 70 11 39 50 55 10 3 6 9 12
1956–57 Montreal Canadiens NHL 70 29 29 58 56 10 3 7 10 4
1957–58 Montreal Canadiens NHL 70 36 48 84 65 10 4 7 11 4
1958–59 Montreal Canadiens NHL 70 41 55 96 61 11 5 12 17 8
1959–60 Montreal Canadiens NHL 62 22 42 64 54 8 6 4 10 4
1960–61 Montreal Canadiens NHL 57 35 34 69 62 6 3 1 4 4
1961–62 Montreal Canadiens NHL 57 19 22 41 54 6 4 2 6 8
1962–63 Montreal Canadiens NHL 67 24 26 50 61 5 0 1 1 2
1964–65 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 38 2 4 6 68 5 1 1 2 6
1967–68 St. Louis Blues NHL 27 5 3 8 9 18 7 7 14 15
NHL totals 719 261 347 608 652 135 46 64 110 122

External links

  • Dickie Moore's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
Preceded by
Gordie Howe
Winner of the Art Ross Trophy
1958, 1959
Succeeded by
Bobby Hull
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