By Brian McFarlane
Here's the guts and soul of hockey-the tale of greater than a century of the world's quickest activity. In Brian McFarlands historical past of Hockey, McFarlane, one of many video games most valuable and reconized commentators for "Hockey evening in Canada", retells hockey's historical past in a quick relocating 12 months by means of 12 months account of the game's origins, rule alterations, nice video games, performs and trades in either general season and play-off motion.
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A Montreal player, Bob McDougall, hit Winnipeger Tony Gingras across the back of the leg with his stick and Gingras was carried off the ice. Findlay, after checking on Gingras' condition in the dressing room, announced a two-minute penalty to McDougall. The Winnipeg players, incensed at his leniency, left the ice and retired to their dressing room. When Findlay could not convince them to continue play, he left the rink and went home. After much debate he was persuaded to come back. An hour and five minutes after play had been stopped, Findlay signaled for a resumption of the game.
Hundreds of sportswriters and radio and television reporters kept all of Canada and much of the United States informed about the biggest shuffle of hockey talent ever witnessed. One man in the crowd was veteran sports reporter Elmer Ferguson, the only sportswriter who was on the spot when the NHL was formed in 1917. In the early days of professional hockey not more than one or two reporters ever attended the hockey meetings to report on the goings-on. On November 22, 1917, Elmer Ferguson was the lone reporter dutifully waiting in the Windsor Hotel for news when the hockey sessions ended.
Seattle's uniforms The famous Montreal Canadiens often practiced outdoors. Page 19 191920TeamGPWLTGFGAPTS*Ottawa24 19 5 0 121 64 38 Montreal24 13 11 0 129 113 26 Toronto24 12 12 0 119 106 24 Quebec24 4 20 0 91 177 8 Leading ScorersPlayerClubGPGAPTSPIMMalone, JoeQuebec2439 9 48 12 Lalone, NewsyMontreal2336 6 42 33 Denneny, CorbettToronto2323 12 35 18 Nighbor, FrankOttawa2326 7 33 18 Noble, RegToronto2424 7 31 51 Darragh, JackOttawa2222 5 27 22 Arbour, AmosMontreal2022 4 26 10 Wilson, CullyToronto2321 5 26 79 Broadbent, PunchOttawa2019 4 23 39 Cleghorn, OdieMontreal2119 3 22 30 Pitre, DidierMontreal2215 7 22 6 were striped in red, white and green and Ottawa sweaters were almost identical with red, white and black.