Detroit Falcons

Detroit Falcons can refer to:

  • Detroit Falcons, former name for the Detroit Red Wings (1930–1932)
  • Detroit Falcons (basketball), defunct team in the Basketball Association of America (1946–1947)
  • Detroit Falcons (CoHL), defunct team in the Colonial Hockey League (1991–1996)


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1930–31 Montreal Canadiens Season - Regular Season - Game Log
2–2–0 5 L November 27, 1930 2–3 @ Detroit Falcons 2–3–0 6 W November 29, 1930 3–2 Boston Bruins 3–3–0 7 W December 2, 1930 2–0 @ Philadelphia Quakers 4–3–0 8 W December 4, 1930 5–4 ...
1946–47 Boston Celtics Season - Regular Season - Game Log
0–1 2 November 5, 1946 Chicago Stags 55–57 Boston Garden 0–2 3 November 9 @ Detroit Falcons 46–69 UNK 0–3 4 November 13 @ Chicago Stags 61–71 Chicago Stadium 0–4 5 November 14 @ St. 8 November 22 @ Toronto Huskies 82–83 Maple Leaf Gardens 1–7 9 November 23 @ Detroit Falcons 46–54 UNK 1–8 10 November 25 Providence Steam Rollers 59–71. 18 @ Cleveland Rebels 73–84 Cleveland Arena 15–28 44 February 19 @ Detroit Falcons 57–51 UNK 16–28 45 February 21 @ Toronto Huskies 61–67 Maple Leaf Gardens 16–29 46 February 23 ...
1931–32 Chicago Black Hawks Season - Game Log - Regular Season
... Boston Bruins 3–0 Chicago Black Hawks 3–4–4 12 ... December 16 Detroit Falcons 1–4 Chicago Black Hawks 4–4–4 13 ... December 17 Chicago Black Hawks ...
1930–31 Ottawa Senators Season - Schedule and Results
... Quakers 1–1–1 4 W November 20, 1930 1–0 Detroit Falcons 2–1–1 5 L November 22, 1930 0–2 @ Toronto Maple Leafs 2–2–1 6 W November 25, 1930 1–0 @ New ...
Indiana State Sycamores Men's Basketball - Sycamores in The Professional Leagues - Sycamores in The NBA
1955-56 - New York Knicks 1957-1958 - Detroit Pistons Ken Bannister 1984-1986 - New York Knicks 1987-1989 - Los Angeles Clippers Larry Bird 1979-1992 - Boston Celtics George Chestnut 1933-1937 ...

Famous quotes containing the word falcons:

    Thus piteously Love closed what he begat:
    The union of this ever-diverse pair!
    These two were rapid falcons in a snare,
    Condemned to do the flitting of the bat.
    George Meredith (1828–1909)