Friday, June 10, 2016

Roy Schultz

1 NHL Game

December 10, 1980 Boston Bruins vs Quebec Nordiques. 6-4 win.



  December, 1980 the Boston Bruins recalled Roy Schultz from the Springfield Indians to serve as backup goalie to Rogie Vachon. The Bruins needed a backup for one game while Jim Craig attended his uncle's funeral. At the time, Roy Schultz was in the company of Marco Baron and Mike Moffat as the top Bruins goaltending prospects so the team would have also wanted to see him practice at the NHL level. 

  Schultz was signed by the Boston Bruins March 4, 1980 as a free agent after spending two years with the University of Wisconsin. He was named a 1980 NCAA West All-American with Wisconsin. In the 1970s as a junior player in Saskatchewan, Schultz had been named SJHL MVP with Swift Current.

  Schultz moved back to Swift Current after hanging up his skates. He moved into the banking sector and is currently a senior investment advisor.


Career stats from hockeydb.com
Born May 17 1957 -- Rush Lake, SASK 
Height 5.10 -- Weight 172
RS ScoringRS Goalie StatsPO Scoring
SeasonTeamLgeGPAPIMMinGAENSOGAAWLTSvsPctGPAPIM
1974-75Swift Current BroncosSJHL000
1975-76Swift Current BroncosSJHL000
1978-79U. of WisconsinWCHA21018111177014.1615405660.880
1979-80U. of WisconsinWCHA3200
1979-80Binghamton DustersAHL60035923003.841501630.876---
1980-81Springfield IndiansAHL37082024153104.54121549020.855100
1981-82Saginaw GearsIHL90254042004.67---
1981-82Salem RaidersACHL1900106069003.91200
1982-83Virginia RaidersACHL303181684131204.67111438070.860---


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