1930-31 Boston Bruins Roster

National Hockey League (NHL)
Team Record: 28-10-6 - 62 points
Finishing 1st in the NHL's American Division
Postseason: 2-3
Lost NHL semi-finals
Semi-Finals - Lost to Montreal Canadiens 3-2
Coach: Art Ross (28-10-6)
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
1930-31 Boston Bruins Statistics
1930-31 Boston Bruins Results

The Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League ended the 1930-31 season with a record of 28 wins and 10 losses and 6 ties for 62 points, finishing first in the NHL's American Division. The team compiled a postseason mark of 2-3.

The Bruins topped the league with 143 goals. Boston allowed 90 goals. Cooney Weiland scored 25 goals for the squad, and Eddie Shore contributed 16 assists. Tiny Thompson recorded 28 wins in front of the net for the team and a team-best 1.98 goals against average, leading goaltenders with enough qualifying appearances.

Art Ross coached the team. The 1930-31 Boston Bruins lost in the NHL semi-finals.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight S/C Hometown
Marty BarryC5'11"175LQuebec, QC Canada
Red BeattieL5'9"170LIbstock, England
Art ChapmanC5'10"170LWinnipeg, MB Canada
Dit ClapperD6'2"195RNewmarket, ON Canada
Harold DarraghR5'10"145ROttawa, ON Canada
Dutch GainorC6'1"170LCalgary, AB Canada
Percy GalbraithL5'10"162LToronto, ON Canada
Henry HarrisL5'11"185LKenora, ON Canada
Lionel HitchmanD6'1"167LToronto, ON Canada
Bill HuttonR5'11"165RCalgary, AB Canada
Ron LyonsL5'11"170LPortage la Prairie, MB Canada
Harry OliverR5'8"155RSelkirk, MB Canada
George OwenD5'11"190LHamilton, ON Canada
Jack PrattC6'0"190RStettler, AB Canada
Paul RungeL5'11"167LEdmonton, AB Canada
Eddie ShoreD5'11"190RFort Qu'Appelle, SK Canada
Tiny ThompsonG5'10"160LSandon, BC Canada
Cooney WeilandC5'7"150LEdmondville, ON Canada