Black Hawks

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History Of The National Hockey League (1917–1942) - Great Depression - Chicago's "All-American" Team
... In the mid-1930s, Black Hawks owner and staunch American nationalist Frederic McLaughlin commanded his general manager to compile a team of only American players ... The Black Hawks hired Major League Baseball umpire Bill Stewart to be the first American coach in NHL history ... The 1937–38 Black Hawks "All-American" team won only 14 of 48 games, finishing third in the American division ...
1970–71 St. Louis Blues Season - Regular Season - Game Log
... L1 4 ... October 17 Sabres W 1. 3-1-0 W1 5 ... October 18 @Black Hawks T 2. 3-1-1 T1 6 ... October 21 @Golden Seals T 2. 3-1-2 T2 7 ... October 23 @Canucks T 1. 3-1-3 T3 8 ... October 24 @Kings L 1 ...
Luke Fulghum - Playing Career
... career in 1998 playing at junior level for the Waterloo Black Hawks in Waterloo, Iowa ... The Black Hawks are a Tier 1 junior level hockey team, but despite the high standard, Fulghum adapted well, playing in 52 USHL games and scoring 30 points ... would improve the following season to a point per game in a 47 game spell, helping the Black Hawks into the post-season ...
List Of USHL Award Winners - Staff Awards - Organization of The Year
... Indiana Ice (Skjodt, Schupay) 2006-07 Waterloo Black Hawks (Johnson, Miller) 2005-06 Sioux Falls Stampede (Weckwerth, Loria) 2004-05 Waterloo Black Hawks (Johnson ...
Michel Dumas
... chief amateur scout for the Chicago Black Hawks ... He spent most of his playing career with the Dallas Black Hawks in the Central Hockey League, where he was a two-time Second Team All-Star ... Hockey League in the mid-1970s with the Chicago Black Hawks ...

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