Tom Cassidy

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Tom Cassidy
Born (1952-03-15) March 15, 1952 (age 71)
Blind River, Ontario, Canada
Height 5 ft 11 in (180 cm)
Weight 180 lb (82 kg; 12 st 12 lb)
Position Centre
Shot Left
Played for Pittsburgh Penguins
NHL Draft 22nd overall, 1972
California Golden Seals
Playing career 19721979

Tom Cassidy (born March 15, 1952) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey centre who briefly played in the National Hockey League for the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Career statistics

  Regular Season Playoffs
SeasonTeamLeagueGP G A Pts PIM GPGAPtsPIM
1969–70 Kitchener Rangers OHA 245271460114
1970–71 Kitchener RangersOHA6242621049444154
1971–72 Kitchener RangersOHA5532447610930229
1972–73 Baltimore Clippers AHL 7321325386
1973–74 Springfield Kings AHL15381114
1973–74 Salt Lake Golden Eagles WHL 311211234
1974–75 Springfield KingsAHL7232599120117411158
1975–76 Oklahoma City Blazers CHL 7635508512441234
1976–77 Columbus Owls IHL 75476110817271562
1977–78 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 2634715
1977–78 Binghamton Dusters AHL40771419
1978–79 Rochester Americans AHL5111354655
1978–79 Oklahoma City Stars CHL1925723
NHL Totals2634715

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