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1935–36 NHL season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1935–36 NHL season
LeagueNational Hockey League
SportIce hockey
DurationNovember 7, 1935 – April 11, 1936
Number of games48
Number of teams8
Regular season
Season championsDetroit Red Wings
Season MVPEddie Shore (Bruins)
Top scorerSweeney Schriner (Americans)
Canadian Division championsMontreal Maroons
American Division championsDetroit Red Wings
Stanley Cup
ChampionsDetroit Red Wings
  Runners-upToronto Maple Leafs
NHL seasons

The 1935–36 NHL season was the 19th season of the National Hockey League (NHL). The St. Louis Eagles dropped out of the league, leaving eight teams. The Detroit Red Wings were the Stanley Cup winners as they beat the Toronto Maple Leafs three games to one in the Stanley Cup Finals.

League business

Prior to the season, the St. Louis Eagles franchise owners asked the league for permission to suspend operations for a year and then relocate back to Ottawa, however the league denied the requests. On October 15, 1935, the NHL bought back the franchise and players contracts for $40,000 and suspended operations.[1] Chicago would not participate in the dispersal draft, while St. Louis would not have another NHL team until 1967.

During the season, the New York Americans were reported in financial trouble and were up for sale. Leo Dandurand, who had sold his interest in the Montreal Canadiens, was interested as was Joseph Cattarinich. Cattarinich said he would buy the team if the price was right. Later it was announced there would be no deal.

Regular season

Howie Morenz played badly for Chicago and incurred the wrath of Chicago owner Frederic McLaughlin. He was subsequently traded to the New York Rangers.

This was the year of Detroit. They finished first in the American Division. The Montreal Maroons finished first in the Canadian Division, but fans were starting to stay away from games they played, which worried now team president, manager and coach Tommy Gorman. At one point, Lionel Conacher had to run the team when Gorman experienced health and nervous problems. At .500 at mid-season, they traded Toe Blake for Lorne Chabot, owned by the Canadiens after being suspended by Chicago and refusing demotion to the minors, and the team began to win with Chabot in the net.

Final standings

American Division
GP W L T GF GA PTS
Detroit Red Wings 48 24 16 8 124 103 56
Boston Bruins 48 22 20 6 92 83 50
Chicago Black Hawks 48 21 19 8 93 92 50
New York Rangers 48 19 17 12 91 96 50
Canadian Division
GP W L T GF GA Pts
Montreal Maroons 48 22 16 10 114 106 54
Toronto Maple Leafs 48 23 19 6 126 106 52
New York Americans 48 16 25 7 109 122 39
Montreal Canadiens 48 11 26 11 82 123 33

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points
       Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.


Playoffs

Playoff bracket

Quarterfinals Semifinals Stanley Cup Finals
         
C1 Mtl Maroons 0
A1 Detroit 3
A1 Detroit 3
C2 Toronto 1
C2 Toronto 8G
A2 Boston 6G
C2 Toronto 2
C3 NY Americans 1
C3 NY Americans 7G
A3 Chicago 5G


Quarterfinals

This was the final year that the league used a two-game total-goals series.

(C2) Toronto Maple Leafs vs. (A2) Boston Bruins

March 24 Toronto Maple Leafs 0–3 Boston Bruins Boston Garden Recap  
No scoring First period No scoring
No scoring Second period 02:40 – ppJim O'Neil (1)
13:28 – ppEddie Shore (1)
No scoring Third period 08:58 – Lorne Duguid (1)
George Hainsworth Goalie stats Tiny Thompson
March 26 Boston Bruins 3–8 Toronto Maple Leafs Maple Leaf Gardens Recap  
Bill Cowley (1) – 01:36 First period No scoring
Bill Cowley (2) – 19:48 Second period 07:25 – ppKing Clancy (1)
07:55 – ppCharlie Conacher (1)
11:35 – Red Horner (1)
16:55 – pp – Charlie Conacher (2)
17:58 – ppBusher Jackson (1)
19:13 – Buzz Boll (1)
Cooney Weiland (1) – 12:02 Third period 10:58 – Charlie Conacher (3)
12:53 – Buzz Boll (2)
Tiny Thompson Goalie stats George Hainsworth
Toronto won series on total goals 8–6


(A3) Chicago Black Hawks vs. (C3) New York Americans

March 24 Chicago Black Hawks 0–3 New York Americans Madison Square Garden III Recap  
No scoring First period 01:55 – Sweeney Schriner (1)
16:40 – pp – Sweeney Schriner (2)
No scoring Second period No scoring
No scoring Third period 09:52 – Lorne Carr (1)
Mike Karakas Goalie stats Roy Worters
March 26 New York Americans 4–5 Chicago Black Hawks Chicago Stadium Recap  
Harry Oliver (1) – 11:55
Joe Jerwa (1) – 12:26
First period 10:30 – Mush March (1)
Eddie Wiseman (1) – 19:42 Second period 15:45 – ppEarl Seibert (1)
18:58 – pp – Mush March (2)
Sweeney Schriner (3) – 15:30 Third period 16:18 – Doc Romnes (1)
18:22 – Earl Seibert (2)
Roy Worters Goalie stats Mike Karakas
New York won series on total goals 7–5


Semifinals

(A1) Detroit Red Wings vs. (C1) Montreal Maroons

The first game of the Maroons-Red Wings series set a record for the longest game in Stanley Cup playoff history, as well as the longest ice hockey game ever played. The game began at 8:30 p.m. at the Forum in Montreal, and ended at 2:25 a.m. The game was scoreless until the sixth overtime, when Mud Bruneteau scored on Maroon goaltender Lorne Chabot to win the game. Normie Smith shut out the Maroons in the next game, and the Red Wings then beat the Maroons to win the series.


March 24 Detroit Red Wings 1–0 6OT Montreal Maroons Montreal Forum Recap  
No scoring First period No scoring
No scoring Second period No scoring
No scoring Third period No scoring
Mud Bruneteau (1) – 16:30 Sixth overtime period No scoring
Normie Smith Goalie stats Lorne Chabot
March 26 Detroit Red Wings 3–0 Montreal Maroons Montreal Forum Recap  
No scoring First period No scoring
No scoring Second period No scoring
Syd Howe (1) – pp – 09:48
Herbie Lewis (1) – sh – 16:58
Larry Aurie (1) – 19:20
Third period No scoring
Normie Smith Goalie stats Lorne Chabot
March 29 Montreal Maroons 1–2 Detroit Red Wings Olympia Stadium Recap  
Gus Marker (1) – 12:02 First period No scoring
No scoring Second period 14:00 – John Sorrell (1)
No scoring Third period 04:08 – Ralph Bowman (1)
Lorne Chabot Goalie stats Normie Smith
Detroit won series 3–0


(C2) Toronto Maple Leafs vs. (C3) New York Americans

March 28 New York Americans 1–3 Toronto Maple Leafs Maple Leaf Gardens Recap  
No scoring First period No scoring
Eddie Wiseman (2) – 00:30 Second period No scoring
No scoring Third period 06:22 – Buzz Boll (3)
06:56 – Busher Jackson (2)
12:17 – Buzz Boll (4)
Roy Worters Goalie stats George Hainsworth
March 31 Toronto Maple Leafs 0–1 New York Americans Madison Square Garden III Recap  
No scoring First period No scoring
No scoring Second period 16:15 – Joe Jerwa (2)
No scoring Third period No scoring
George Hainsworth Goalie stats Roy Worters
April 2 New York Americans 1–3 Toronto Maple Leafs Maple Leaf Gardens Recap  
Nels Stewart (1) – 15:24 First period 14:26 – Busher Jackson (3)
No scoring Second period No scoring
No scoring Third period 12:51 – Bill Thoms (1)
18:33 – King Clancy (2)
Roy Worters Goalie stats George Hainsworth
Toronto won series 2–1


Stanley Cup Finals


April 5 Toronto Maple Leafs 1–3 Detroit Red Wings Olympia Stadium Recap  
Buzz Boll (5) – 12:15 First period 04:53 – shBucko McDonald (1)
05:37 – Syd Howe (2)
12:05 – Wally Kilrea (1)
No scoring Second period No scoring
No scoring Third period No scoring
George Hainsworth Goalie stats Normie Smith
April 7 Toronto Maple Leafs 4–9 Detroit Red Wings Olympia Stadium Recap  
Buzz Boll (6) – 12:35 First period 01:30 – Wally Kilrea (2)
04:25 – Marty Barry (1)
10:05 – ppHerbie Lewis (2)
16:55 – Bucko McDonald (2)
Joe Primeau (1) – 14:00 Second period 07:15 – ppJohn Sorrell (2)
09:10 – Gord Pettinger (1)
Bill Thoms (2) – 09:40
Bob Davidson (1) – 16:10
Third period 07:30 – John Sorrell (3)
12:05 – Gord Pettinger
17:15 – Bucko McDonald (3)
George Hainsworth Goalie stats Normie Smith
April 9 Detroit Red Wings 3–4 OT Toronto Maple Leafs Maple Leaf Gardens Recap  
Ralph Bowman (2) – 09:23 First period No scoring
Mud Bruneteau (2) – 01:05 Second period No scoring
Syd Howe (3) – 11:15 Third period 13:09 – Joe Primeau (2)
15:20 – Pep Kelly (1)
19:19 – Pep Kelly (2)
No scoring First overtime period 00:30 – Buzz Boll (7)
Normie Smith Goalie stats George Hainsworth
April 11 Detroit Red Wings 3–2 Toronto Maple Leafs Maple Leaf Gardens Recap  
No scoring First period 15:10 – Joe Primeau (3)
Ebbie Goodfellow (1) – 09:55
Marty Barry (2) – 10:38
Second period No scoring
Pete Kelly (1) – 09:45 Third period 10:57 – Bill Thoms (3)
Normie Smith Goalie stats George Hainsworth
Detroit won series 3–1


Awards

Eddie Shore won his second consecutive Hart trophy. Frank Boucher's run of seven Lady Byng trophy awards came to an end as Doc Romnes won the award. Tiny Thompson won the Vezina trophy for the third time in his career.

Hart Trophy:
(Most valuable player)
Eddie Shore, Boston Bruins
Lady Byng Trophy:
(Excellence and sportsmanship)
Doc Romnes, Chicago Black Hawks
O'Brien Cup:
(Canadian Division champion)
Montreal Maroons
Prince of Wales Trophy:
(American Division champion)
Detroit Red Wings
Rookie of the Year:
(Best first-year player)
Mike Karakas, Chicago Black Hawks
Vezina Trophy::
(Fewest goals allowed)
Tiny Thompson, Boston Bruins

All-Star teams

First Team   Position   Second Team
Tiny Thompson, Boston Bruins G Wilf Cude, Montreal Canadiens
Eddie Shore, Boston Bruins D Earl Seibert, Chicago Black Hawks
Babe Siebert, Boston Bruins D Ebbie Goodfellow, Detroit Red Wings
Hooley Smith, Montreal Maroons C Bill Thoms, Toronto Maple Leafs
Charlie Conacher, Toronto Maple Leafs RW Cecil Dillon, New York Rangers
Sweeney Schriner, New York Americans LW Paul Thompson, Chicago Black Hawks
Lester Patrick, New York Rangers Coach Tommy Gorman, Montreal Maroons

Player statistics

Scoring leaders

Note: GP = Games played, G = Goals, A = Assists, PTS = Points, PIM = Penalties in minutes

Player Team GP G A PTS PIM
Sweeney Schriner New York Americans 48 19 26 45 8
Marty Barry Detroit Red Wings 48 21 19 40 16
Paul Thompson Chicago Black Hawks 45 17 23 40 19
Charlie Conacher Toronto Maple Leafs 44 23 15 38 74
Bill Thoms Toronto Maple Leafs 48 23 15 38 29
Hooley Smith Montreal Maroons 47 19 19 38 75
Doc Romnes Chicago Black Hawks 48 13 25 38 6
Art Chapman New York Americans 47 10 28 38 14
Herbie Lewis Detroit Red Wings 45 14 23 37 25
Baldy Northcott Montreal Maroons 48 15 21 36 41

Source: NHL.[2]

Leading goaltenders

Coaches

American Division

Canadian Division

Debuts

The following is a list of players of note who played their first NHL game in 1935–36 (listed with their first team, asterisk(*) marks debut in playoffs):

Last games

The following is a list of players of note that played their last game in the NHL in 1935–36 (listed with their last team):

See also

References

  1. ^ "Ottawa Interests Through;NHL Purchases Franchise", Toronto Star, October 16, 1935
  2. ^ Dinger 2011, p. 147.

Works cited

Further reading

External links

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