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1985–86 Los Angeles Kings Season - Schedule and Results
23, 1985 2–4 @ Minnesota North Stars 5–14–1 21 T November 24, 1985 4–4 OT @ Chicago Black Hawks 5–14–2 22 L November 27, 1985 0–9 Hartford. 20–35–6 62 L February 27, 1986 3–6 Chicago Black Hawks 20–36–6 63 L March 1, 1986 4–6 Montreal Canadiens 20–37–6 64 L March 2, 1986 1–5 Calgary Flames 20–38–6 ...
List Of Past NHL Scoring Leaders - NHL Goal-scoring Leaders (1918–1998)
... Lynn Patrick New York Rangers 1. 1942–43 Doug Bentley Chicago Black Hawks 1. 1943–44 Doug Bentley Chicago Black Hawks 2. 1944–45 Maurice ...
Al Suomi
1913) is a former NHL player, who played with the Chicago Black Hawks for the 1936–37 NHL season ... Suomi began his career playing for the Chicago Baby Ruth team in 1934, a marketing ploy started by the company that produced the candy of the same name ... Michigan and, based on his experiences with the Chicago Baby Ruth team, was deemed too professional to be eligible for the 1936 United States Olympic ice hockey team ...
List Of Ice Hockey Players Who Died During Their Playing Career - Player Deaths - 1930–1969
... Gardiner Canada 01934-06-13June 13, 1934 brain hemorrhage Goaltender for the Chicago Black Hawks for seven seasons from 1926–27 until 1933–34, the year they won the Stanley Cup Gardiner was a. 7, 1934 drowning Played 37 games for the Chicago Black Hawks in 1933–34. 1936 unknown Played five seasons and 109 games for the Chicago Black Hawks and Toronto Maple Leafs from 1927–28 to 1931–32 ...
Stanley Cup Champions - NHL Champions (Since 1927)
... Bruins Art Ross 2–0 Howie Morenz 1931 Montreal Canadiens Cecil Hart Chicago Black Hawks Dick Irvin 3–2 Johnny Gagnon ( 1932 Toronto Maple Leafs Dick Irvin New York ... Louis Blues Scotty Bowman 4–0 Bobby Orr 1971 Montreal Canadiens Al MacNeil Chicago Black Hawks Bill Reay 4–3 Henri Richard 1972 Boston Bruins Tom ...

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