Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Henry Harris
Right-winger Henry Harris played 32 games for the Boston Bruins in 1930-31. Heb was better known as a hard working grinder in the minor leagues of Western Canada.

The native of Kenora, Ontario made his pro debut with the Regina Capitals of the Prairie League in 1927-28. He then spent two years with the PCHL's Seattle Eskimos before getting his NHL shot in Beantown. Harris was solid in 32 games while teamed with several different forwards.

Harris skated for the Buffalo Majors of the AHA in 1931-32 before joining the Calgary Tigers of the WCHL. He remained with the franchise when it joined the North West Hockey League the next year. Harris retired in 1935 after helping the Tigers when the WCHL championship in 1933 and the NWHL crown the next year.

REGULAR SEASON PLAYOFFS
Season Club League GP G A TP PIM +/- GP G A TP PIM
1927-28 Regina Capitals PrHL 23 2 2 4 12
1928-29 Seattle Seahawks PCHL 36 8 3 11 138 5 1 0 1 10
1929-30 Seattle Eskimos PCHL 34 11 3 14 128
1930-31 Boston Bruins NHL 32 2 4 6 20
1930-31 Boston Cubs Can-Am 12 2 3 5 32 9 1 2 3 30
1931-32 Buffalo Majors AHA 15 0 4 4 32
1932-33 Calgary Tigers WCHL 30 6 6 12 65 6 0 2 2 9
1933-34 Calgary Tigers NWHL 34 9 10 19 46 5 3 0 3 2
1934-35 Calgary Tigers NWHL 22 5 5 10 22
NHL Totals 32 2 4 6 20


Brother of Smokey Traded to Boston by Seattle (PCHL) for cash, February 4, 1930. Loaned to Seattle (PCHL) by Boston for the remainder of the 1929-30 season, February 4, 1930. Signed as a free agent by Buffalo (AHA), October 29, 1931.
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