|Date of birth||November 11, 1924|
|place of birth||Toronto , Ontario , Canada|
|date of death||November 15, 1998|
|1943-1944||Toronto Young Rangers
John Edward "Jack" Gelineau (born November 11, 1924 in Toronto , Ontario ; † November 15, 1998 ) was a Canadian ice hockey goalkeeper who played for the Boston Bruins and Chicago Black Hawks in the National Hockey League on the position of Goalkeepers played.
Jack Gelineau began his professional career in 1948 with the Boston Bruins in the National Hockey League and received twelve goals against in his first three appearances in the 1948/49 season . A year later he was the goalkeeper of the Bruins and had a negative overall balance with the team at the end of the season when the play-offs were missed. At the end of the season he was nevertheless honored with the Calder Memorial Trophy as the best rookie. A year later his results improved and those of the team and Gelineau reached the play-offs for the first time with Boston. In the first round, after five games against the Toronto Maple Leafs, they were eliminated from the competition. In 1951 he went to the Québec Aces , for which he ran up until 1955 in the QSHL and QHL and in between played two NHL games for the Chicago Blackhawks , in which he received nine goals and was demoted back to the Aces.
Achievements and Awards
|Seasons||Games||Victory cut||Conceded goal||Shutouts|
- Jack Gelineau at legendsofhockey.net (English)
- Jack Gelineau at hockeydb.com (English)
- Jack Gelineau in the Find a Grave database . Retrieved September 6, 2017.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Gelineau, John Edward|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Canadian ice hockey goalkeeper|
|DATE OF BIRTH||November 11, 1924|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Toronto , Ontario|
|DATE OF DEATH||November 15, 1998|