Rayner, a former Ranger, posted 25 shutouts
NEW YORK -- Hall of Fame goaltender Chuck Rayner, a three-time All-Star who played 10 years in the NHL, died of heart failure at age 82.
Rayner died Oct. 6 at his home in Langley, British Columbia, the league confirmed Wednesday.
Rayner played eight seasons with the New York Rangers from 1945-53 and two with the Brooklyn/New York Americans, compiling a career goals-against average of 3.05 with 25 shutouts.
During World War II, while playing for a touring Royal Canadian
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