Left-winger Larry Gould played a pair of games for the Vancouver Canucks in 1973-74. His offensive prowess was more apparent during a fine amateur and minor pro career.
Born in Alliston, Ontario, Larry Gould scored 56 goals in three seasons with the Hamilton Red Wings and Niagara Falls Flyers of the OHA. He signed as a free agent with Vancouver after registering 84 points in 73 games for the IHL’s Des Moines Capitols in 1972-73. Following his brief tenure in the NHL, Gould bounced around the WHL, CHL and North American League before settling down in the “I”. He enjoyed five excellent years with the Port Huron Flags and topped the 30-goal mark four times. He was named to the IHL first and second all-star teams once each.
Gould retired in 1982 after spending his last year in the league with the Muskegon Mohawks and the Flint Generals. Brother of John Gould Signed as a free agent by Vancouver, October, 1973. Traded to Port Huron (IHL) by Toledo (IHL) with Don O’Driscoll for Len Fontaine, October 7, 1976. IHL Second All-Star Team (1977) IHL First All-Star Team (1978)
Born Aug 16 1952 -- Alliston, ONT
Height 5.09 -- Weight 195 -- Shoots Left