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09-02-2009, 03:03 PM
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Triffy
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LW Jim Riley

Riley was mainly a good goal scorer. Once he earned a significant role on Seattle Metropolitans in 1920, he finished 2nd (to Frank Foyston), 2nd (to Foyston), T-1st (with Foyston) and 1st among the Metropolitans in goal scoring.

Seattle Metropolitans' scoring 1920-1923

YearFoystonMorrisRiley
192022 26+3=290 0+0=022 11+4=15
192123 26+4=3022 11+13=2424 23+5=28
192224 16+7=2324 14+10=2424 16+2=18
192330 20+8=2829 21+5=2630 23+4=27
Totals99 88+22=11075 46+28=74100 73+15=88

GPG: Foyston 0,89 ; Morris 0,61 ; Riley 0,73

I haven't found any quotes, but Riley's penalty minutes suggest that he played rough.

- PCHA Second All-Star Team (1920, 1921, 1922)
- PCHA First All-Star Team (1923)

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