Left-winger Danny Schock played briefly with the Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers in the 60s and 70s. He was a clever playmaker who enjoyed most of his pro success in the minors.
Born in Terrace Bay, Ontario, Schock was chosen 12th overall by Boston after notching 62 goals in two years with the WCHL's Estevan Bruins. He then moved up to the WHL and CHL where he was a reliable 20-goal scorer. Schock dressed for a few games with Boston but the club was deep at left wing with Wayne Cashman, Johnny Bucyk, Wayne Carleton and Don Marcotte at their disposal.
In February, 1971, the young forward was part of the trade that brought future 50-goal sniper Rick MacLeish to the Flyers. Schock played 14 games for his new club then became a top offensive contributor for several years in the AHL. His best season was 1972-73 when he scored 48 goals for the Richmond Robins. Eventually injuries slowed Schock down and he was forced to retired in 1976 after making it into only 32 games over three seasons.