Gerry PINDER

Canada CAN

  • Médailles
    1 B
  • Participations
    1
  • Première participation
    Grenoble 1968
  • Année de naissance
    1948
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Gerry PINDER

Ice hockey forward Gerry Pinder’s 1964-1965 season saw him involved with many teams, but playing few actual games; he was associated with the Nutana Nats, the Saskatchewan Blade Bees, and the Saskatchewan Blades, but only suited up for two matches the entire season. He stuck with the Blades for the next two years and was the leader in goals and points during the 1966-1967 season (his brother Herb was the assist leader). He joined the Canadian men’s national ice hockey team in 1967 and travelled with them to the 1968 Winter Olympics, where they captured the bronze medal. At the tournament he played in seven matches and scored one goal. He stayed with the team until 1969, which included an unsuccessful run at the 1969 World Championships, prior to being recruited by the National Hockey League’s Chicago Blackhawks, where he played for 149 games in two seasons. He was traded to the NHL’s California Golden Seals in 1971, and skated for 74 matches with them over the year, and then ended his NHL career in favor of joining the Cleveland Crusaders of the World Hockey Association. He suited up with the team from 1972 through 1976 prior to being traded to the WHA’s San Diego Mariners for the 1976-1977 season. He also spent some time that year with the Maine Nordiques of the North American Hockey League but, when both teams folded in 1977, he was picked up by the Edmonton Oilers for his final season of active play. Since his retirement he has worked as a broadcaster for the Edmonton Oilers and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s “Hockey Night in Canada”.

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