1974-75 Houston Aeros Statistics

World Hockey Association (WHA)
Team Record: 53-25 - 106 points
Finishing 1st in the WHA's WHA West Division
Postseason: 12-1
Won AVCO Cup
Quarter-Finals - Defeated Cleveland Crusaders 4-1
Semi-Finals - Defeated San Diego Mariners 4-0
Avco Cup Finals - Defeated Quebec Nordiques 4-0
Coach: Bill Dineen (53-25)
Location: Houston, Texas
1974-75 Houston Aeros Roster
1974-75 Houston Aeros Results

The Houston Aeros of the World Hockey Association ended the 1974-75 season with a record of 53 wins and 25 losses for 106 points, finishing first in the WHA's WHA West Division. The team compiled a postseason mark of 12-1.

The Aeros netted 369 goals, tops in the circuit. Houston conceded 247 goals, the lowest total in the circuit. Frank Hughes scored 48 goals for the team, while Larry Lund, Gordie Howe, Mark Howe and Andre Hinse each tallied 30 or more, too. Larry Lund contributed 75 assists. Ron Grahame earned 33 wins for the squad, and Wayne Rutledge added 15 or more wins also. Ron Grahame recorded a 3.03 goals against average, leading qualifying goaltenders.

Bill Dineen coached the team. The 1974-75 Houston Aeros won the AVCO Cup.

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Scoring:

Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG PPA SHG SHA GWG GTG SOG SG%
Larry LundC7833751086828130000018817.6
Gordie HoweR75346599844080300025513.3
Andre HinseL753947861234130000019020.5
Frank HughesR764835833532150000020623.3
Mark HoweD74364076304070400025614.1
Poul PopielD78115364123414020002364.7
Gord LabossiereC7623345740540000017113.5
Ted TaylorL73262753130720300020112.9
John SchellaD78104252176430000002224.5
Jim SherritC77222547253610000013516.3
Murray HallR7818294728200500012714.2
Terry RuskowskiC71103646134303000001059.5
Rich PrestonR78202141102510000013714.6
Don LarwayR76221436592600000014015.7
Marty HoweD7513213489460010001588.2
Larry HaleD76218204035000000513.9
Glen IrwinD702111315338000000613.3
Bill PrenticeD17033193000000130.0
Ron GrahameG43011600000000
Wayne RutledgeG35000000000000
Totals1379369597966126151171018000285212.9


Goaltenders:

Player GP Min W L T/OL ENG SHO GA GAA Shts SVS SV%
Ron Grahame43259033100341313.0313071176.900
Wayne Rutledge35209220150021133.241045932.892
Totals78468253250362443.1325962352.906

Postseason - Scoring:

Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG PPA SHG SHA GWG GTG SOG SG%
Larry LundC1351318130000010
Gordie HoweR1381220200000010
Andre HinseL1154980000000
Frank HughesR13661220000010
Mark HoweD1310122200000030
Poul PopielD1311011340000010
Gord LabossiereC13671340000000
Ted TaylorL11257220000000
John SchellaD13088120000000
Jim SherritC1333660000020
Murray HallR13731080000020
Terry RuskowskiC13426150000010
Rich PrestonR1316760000000
Don LarwayR1331480000000
Marty HoweD11022110000000
Larry HaleD1304400000000
Glen IrwinD1302280000000
Bill PrenticeD400000000000
Ron GrahameG1301100000000
Totals2326110116217700000120

Postseason - Goaltenders:

Player GP Min W L T ENG SHO GA GAA Shts SVS SV%
Ron Grahame13780121003262.00439413.941
Totals13780121003262.00465439.944


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