Sunday, April 12, 2020

Ron Marlow

At Least 1 NHL Game

October 16, 1973 New York Islanders vs Los Angeles Kings. 4-4 tie.

   Ron Marlow turned pro in 1969, signing a three-year contract with the Detroit Red Wings. His time in Detroit's system was limited to the minor leagues and shortly before the 1973 training camp was set to being, Detroit informed Marlow that he would not be returning to the club. Marlow soon got a call from the Islanders with an invitation to their training camp. That led to a contract with Marlow slated to backup Glenn Resch in Forth Worth.
   Mid-October, 1973 New York Islanders goalie Gerry Desjardins was sidelined with a strained knee ligament. Ron Marlow was recalled from the CHL's Fort Worth Wings to dress as backup to Billy Smith. After one game with the Islanders, Marlow was returned to Fort Wayne but recalled again by the Islanders a couple days later with Desjardins still recovering. It is possible that Marlow dressed for more than one game as New York's backup.

Career stats from
Born Feb 10 1948 -- Toronto, ONT
Height 5.11 -- Weight 180
RS ScoringRS Goalie StatsPO Scoring
1966-67London NationalsOHA35012156014.35
1967-68London NationalsOHA25110
1968-69St. Thomas BaronsWOJAHL000
1969-70Port Huron FlagsIHL3410400
1969-70Fort Worth WingsCHL100601001.00---
1970-71Port Huron FlagsIHL24015107680024.461200
1971-72Fort Worth WingsCHL21110110476004.13---
1972-73Fort Worth WingsCHL131263127002.56---
1973-74Fort Worth WingsCHL1720---
1974-75Baltimore ClippersAHL90048442105.200522410.852---
1974-75Fort Worth TexansCHL130071146013.88642---
1975-76Philadelphia FirebirdsNAHL140266643303.87830---
1975-76Roanoke Valley RebelsSHL30015810003.80020950.905---

October 17 & 18, 1973

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