Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Ron Homenuke
Ron Homenuke was a right-winger who played one game for the Vancouver Canucks in 1972-73. He was an impressive mix of grit and offensive talent in junior who became a useful grinder in the minors.

The native of Hazelton, BC played four years with the Calgary Centennials of the WCJHL. The Canucks took him 51st overall in 1972 after registering 95 points in his last amateur season. In addition to his one game in Vancouver, Homenuke was a decent worker as a rookie pro on the WHL's Seattle Totems. He then spent two years in the CHL with the Albuquerque 6-Guns and the Seattle Totems where he played a solid game up and down his wing. Homenuke retired in 1976 after playing briefly with the senior Nelson Maple Leafs.


REGULAR SEASON PLAYOFFS
Season Club League GP G A TP PIM +/- GP G A TP PIM
1968-69 Calgary Centennials WCJHL 37 1 6 7 19
1969-70 Calgary Centennials WCJHL 56 17 14 31 54 16 5 2 7 35
1970-71 Calgary Centennials WCJHL 63 27 33 60 114 11 2 3 5 18
1971-72 Calgary Centennials WCJHL 68 33 62 95 57 13 6 5 11 14
1972-73 Vancouver Canucks NHL 1 0 0 0 0 -3
1972-73 Seattle Totems WHL 67 13 24 37 46
1973-74 Albuquerque 6-Guns CHL 47 12 15 27 39
1974-75 Seattle Totems CHL 69 8 27 35 60
1975-76 Nelson Maple Leafs WIHL 27 8 16 24 30
NHL Totals 1 0 0 0 0