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  1. International Professional Hockey League: International Professional Hockey League Players, Newsy Lalonde, Cyclone Taylor, Hod Stuart
  2. International Professional Hockey League Players: Newsy Lalonde, Cyclone Taylor, Hod Stuart, Hughie Lehman, Didier Pitre, Joe Hall
  3. Renfrew Hockey Club Players: Newsy Lalonde, Skene Ronan, Don Smith, Fred Doherty, Steve Vair
  4. National Hockey League Scoring Leaders (Prior to 1947-48): Howie Morenz, Newsy Lalonde, Joe Malone, Doug Bentley, Elmer Lach, Babe Dye

81. PCHA & WCHL Hockey Teams
11, hockey Hall of Fame members, Seasons played, 11, Harold Hugh (Harry) CameronWilliam (Bill) Cook Samuel Russell (Rusty) Crawford Edouard (newsy) lalonde, 1921/22
Saskatoon Shieks - Crescents Logos Hockey Hall of Fame members Seasons played Harold Hugh (Harry) Cameron
William (Bill) Cook
Samuel Russell (Rusty) Crawford
Edouard (Newsy) Lalonde Team colours 1921- white and red -1926 red white and black Regular season record year Div div rank GP W L T Pts GF GA PIM WCHL Saskatoon Crescents fled to moose jaw for last part of 1921-22 season* WCHL WCHL Team changed name to Shieks for 1924-25 season WCHL WHL Totals Playoff record year Div GP W L T GF GA PIM result WCHL L - WCHL Semifinal WHL L - WCHL Semifinal Totals League folded, franchise became defunct after 1925-26 season *Team transferred to moose jaw February 3 1922. Remaining home games played at moose jaw for 1921-22 season. Team returned to Saskatoon for the 1922-23 season.

82. Hall Of Fame
Die hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto wurde 1943 ins Leben gerufen! Drinkwater Michael(Mike) Grant Silas Seth (Si) Griffis Edouard (newsy) lalonde Maurice Joseph
Die Hockey "Hall of Fame" Die Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto wurde 1943 ins Leben gerufen!
Folgende Spieler wurden bis jetzt aufgenommen:
Donald H. (Dan) Bain
Hobart Amery Hare (Hobey) Baker
Russell (Dubbie) Bowie
Charles Robert (Chuck) Gardiner
Edward George (Eddie) Gerard
Francis (Frank) McGee
Howarth William (Howie) Morenz
Thomas N. (Tommy) Phillips
Harvey Pulford Arthur Howie (Art) Ross William H. (Hod) Stuart Georges Vezina Aubrey V. (Dit) Clapper Aurel Emile Joliat Frank Nighbor Lester Patrick Edward William (Eddie) Shore Frederick (Cyclone) Taylor Allan M. (Scotty) Davidson Charles Graham Drinkwater Michael (Mike) Grant Silas Seth (Si) Griffis Edouard (Newsy) Lalonde Maurice Joseph (Joe) Malone George Richardson Henry Judah (Harry) Trihey Richard R. (Dickie) Boon William (Bill) Cook Frank Xavier (Moose) Goheen Ernest (Moose) Johnson Duncan McMillan (Mickey) MacKay Francois X. (Frank) Boucher Francis M. (King) Clancy Sprague Cleghorn Alex Connell Mervyn (Red) Dutton Frank C. Foyston

Translate this page ICE hockey PLAYERS - NHL. Players. •, Arnott, Jason, •, May, Brad. ,Kvasha, Oleg, •, Vanbiesbrouck, John. •, lalonde, newsy, •, Vokoun,Tomas.
Players Arnott, Jason May, Brad Aubin, Jean Sebastien McCabe, Bryan ... Zubov, Sergei

84. Official Website Of Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Hockey Club
team was to begin competing in the nowdefunct Upper-Penninsula hockey League. Howard,and Harold played on that team, as well as the legendary newsy lalonde.
Off Season Off Season
The Name: Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds While the Soo Greyhounds have only been members of the Ontario Hockey League since 1972-73, the name dates back to just shortly after the First World War. According to local hockey historian, Wilf Ross, an un-named Soo team was to begin competing in the now-defunct Upper-Penninsula Hockey League. Officials considered having a name selected by the general public, but the team's coach, George MacNamara, had an idea of his own. He apparently asked that the team be called the Greyhounds because "a Greyhound is much faster than a wolf," a reference made to the already established rival club, the Sudbury Wolves. The team competed for just a few seasons in the Upper-Penninsula League before moving in the N.O.H.A. Senior "A" loop. The team won the Allan Cup in the 1924 season, and many believe should have won the Cup the year previous as well. Besides MacNamara, other coaches of the Greyhounds included the likes of Bun Cook and Don Grosso. The team competed in the senior ranks for several seasons before the formation of the N.O.H.A. Junior "A" League. It is this version of the Greyhounds which immediately preceeded the current OHL Greyhounds.

85. 1960-61 Topps Hockey
Cards with a + after the name are near mint/mint and priced accordingly 1960Topps hockey Regular. 48, newsy lalonde ( Undefined ), NM, EXMT, EX, VGEX, VG.
Dave's Vintage Hockey cards!!
Just broke a beautiful set of these, and they are now listed on this updated page.
By the scans here, you can see the fantastic condition of these cards, which were scanned while still in plastic.
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Just listed!! 1939-40 O-Pee-Chee Premium cards 1940-41 O-Pee-Chee Premium cards , beautiful condition!!
Also, just broke a near mint 1964 Topps Tall Boy set and an 1966 Topps set with the Bobby Orr RC

To order, click on the price of the card you want. Select quantity when you go to the shopping cart. The shopping cart now works for AOL users! Cards with a "+" after the name are near mint/mint and priced accordingly
1960 Topps Hockey Regular Description Conditions Lester Patrick
( Undefined -) NM EXMT EX VGEX VG 1 in stock
Paddy Moran ( Undefined -) NM EXMT EX VGEX VG 1 in stock $7.60/each Joe Malone + ( Undefined -) NM EXMT EX VGEX VG 1 in stock $35.00/each 1 in stock $17.50/each

Membres du Temple De La Renommée du hockey Abel, Sid Adams, Jack Apps Red Kennedy,Ted Keon, Dave Lach, Elmer Lafleur, Guy lalonde, newsy Laperriere, Jacques
This web site was created for FREE at Visit to get your free web site - no programming required. Javascript is either disabled or not supported by this browser. This page may not appear properly. ADAMS Entraineur CALDER Recrue CONN SMYTHE NORRIS ART ROSS Meilleur Marqueur de la ligue MASTERTON JENNING HART Meilleur Joueur * Voter par les Joueurs RICHARD Meilleur Butteur de la ligue PEARSON Meilleur joueur de La Ligue PATRICK COUPE STANLEY Meilleur Gardien De But de la Ligue SELKE de la Ligue The Pittsburgh Penguins Web Ring is owned by
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87. Hockey News Hall Of Fame Issues.rsw
hockey News Back Issues. Hall of Fame Issues. Volume 3. issue 33, 07/15/50,28.00, NINE OLDIES VOTED TO HALL OF FAME. newsy lalonde, Joe Malone.
Lee Zats 2005 Hillingham Circle email Chadds Ford, PA 19317-9205 website
Hockey News Back Issues Hall of Fame Issues
Volume 39 issue 39 sale FAME IS NAME OF THEIR GAME Serge SavardCanadiens, Leo BoivinBruins, Dave KeonMaple Leafs SAVARD, BOIVIN, AND KEON WILL CALL THE HALL OF FAME HOME
Volume 41 issue 26 sale THE HALL OF FAME - A CROWDED HOUSE Stanley CupNHL, Mark JohnsonDevils
Volume 42 issue 1 CHEERS! ESPO, SNIDER, PARK ENTER HALL OF FAME Tony EspositoBlack Hawks, Ed SniderFlyers, Brad ParkBruins MAJOR JUNIOR PREVIEWS, SCHEDULES
Volume 43 issue 2 HALL OF FAME - DARRYL SITTLER WELCOME THERE Darryl SittlerMaple Leafs, Grant FuhrOilers, Petr Nedved (Seattle)Canucks DARING YOUNG DEFECTOR NEDVED DREAMS OF NHL CAREER
Volume 51 issue 3 A TALL TALE - ZIGGY PALFFY LOOKS UP TO 6'9" ZDENO CHARA Zdeno CharaIslanders, Ziggy PalffyIslanders, Mario LemieuxPenguins MARIO LEMIEUX, THN CO-FOUNDER INDUCTED INTO HALL OF FAME issue 30 THE WHY GUYS - 5 TOUGH ANSWERS TO 5 TOUGH QUESTIONS Jeremy RoenickCoyotes, Radek BonkSenators, Ed JovanovskiPanthers

88. Ontario Lacrosse Hall Of Fame
newsy lalonde, from Cornwall, would quickly be recognized as an offensivethreat, much like he was in hockey (Lanken,1984). lalonde
Lacrosse, together with hockey, shares recognition as one of Canada's two official National sports. It's origins date back hundreds of years. Lacrosse has had lasting influence on the culture of the province of Ontario. Ontario has, by far, the largest and most active number of registered participants of an organized lacrosse body in Canada. Even though there is a Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame, the number of annual inductees is limited by a quota and thus there are many deserving of recognition who will never be inducted. The Evolution of Box Lacrosse In Ontario
Written and Presented by Dustin Moore of Markham, Ontario
Student at Acadia University, Nova Scotia Lacrosse in Canada has seen a tremendous uproar over the past decade, but the history of the game dates far beyond the recent success. Lacrosse has its roots firmly placed in Canada and has grown from a Native pastime to a televised spectacle filled with incredible athletic ability and toughness. Lacrosse was re-confirmed by Parliament as the National summer Sport of Canada in 1994. Today, the Canadian Lacrosse Association recognizes four separate disciplines in the game of lacrosse: Box, Men's Field, Women's Field and Inter-Lacrosse. Box Lacrosse may be the most widely played lacrosse game now in Ontario and is a uniquely Canadian game that is best described as a game of speed and reaction (, 2002).

89. Newsy's Feat Is A Doozy
SLAM! Sports Canadian and International hockey News

90. Cornwall Sports Hall Of Fame - Inductees
Inductees Previous Listing Next Listing Edouard (newsy) LalondeSport hockey Year Inducted 1968. A native of Cornwall, Ontario

91. MCQ Facts About Society Mad About Hockey Important Dates
December 19, 1917 First game of the National hockey League. January 10, 1920Newsy lalonde of the Montreal team scores 6 goals against Toronto.
March 7, 1900
The Montreal Shamrocks win the Stanley Cup. March 17, 1902
The Montreal AAA team wins the Stanley Cup. February 4, 1903
The Montreal AAA team wins the Stanley Cup. December 29, 1906
The Montreal Wanderers win the Stanley Cup. March 25, 1907
The Montreal Wanderers win the Stanley Cup. December 30, 1908
The Montreal Wanderers win the Stanley Cup. March 12, 1910
The Montreal Wanderers win the Stanley Cup. October 11, 1911
Teams of six players (the rover is abolished). March 13, 1912
The Quebec Bulldogs win the Stanley Cup. January 26, 1913
Return to the seven man team. Februrary 8, 1913 Last game of the NHA (National Hockey Association) played with a seven man team between the Toronto Blueshirts and the Montreal Canadiens, in Toronto. February 11, 1913 Definite return to the six man team. March 30, 1916 The Montreal Canadiens win the Stanley Cup. November 22, 1917 Birth of the Montreal Canadiens. November 22, 1917 Birth of the Toronto Maple Leafs. December 19, 1917

92. Welcome To
Jack Laviolette, 190910 Adolphe Lecours, 1910-11 Napoleon Dorval, 1911-12, 1912-13Jimmy Gardner, 1913-14, 1914-15 newsy lalonde, 1915-16 to 1920-21 newsy
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    93. Official Site Of The Montreal Canadiens
    Edouard newsy lalonde and Léo Dandurand, 19341935. Edouard newsy lalonde,1932-1934. Édouard newsy lalonde ** and Léo Dandurand, 1921-1922.
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    Claude Ruel Scott Bowman Claude Ruel and Al MacNeil Claude Ruel Hector "Toe" Blake Dick Irvin Albert "Babe" Siebert Cecil Hart and Jules Dugal Cecil Hart Sylvio Mantha ** Edouard "Newsy" Lalonde
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    94. Site Officiel Des Canadiens De Montréal
    Translate this page Edouard «newsy» lalonde et Léo Dandurand, 1934-1935. Edouard «newsy» lalonde,1932-1934. Édouard «newsy» lalonde ** et Léo Dandurand, 1921-1922.
    CLAUDE JULIEN Michel Therrien 2000- Jan. 2003 Alain Vigneault 1997- Nov. 2000 Mario Tremblay Jacques Demers 1992- Oct. 1995 Pat Burns Jean Perron Jacques Lemaire Bob Berry Claude Ruel Bernard Geoffrion et
    Claude Ruel Scott Bowman Claude Ruel et Al MacNeil Claude Ruel Dick Irvin Cecil Hart et Jules Dugal Cecil Hart Sylvio Mantha **
    Cecil Hart
    Adolphe Lecours
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    95. George Hainsworth
    Hainsworth launched his pro career as a 28 year old rookie in the Western CanadaHockey League with newsy lalonde's Saskatoon Crescents (later the Sheiks) and
    Turning Back the Leafs George Hainsworth George Hainsworth Born: Toronto, Ontario, June 26, 1895 Died: Gravenhurst, Ontario, October 9, 1950 Inducted in 1961 Hainsworth began his minor hockey when the family moved to Berlin, Ontario (renamed Kitchener after the First World War). The 5'5", 180 pound netminder starred with the Kitchener Juniors of the Ontario Hockey Association and quickly moved up through intermediate and senior ranks winning the Allan Cup in 1918. Hainsworth launched his pro career as a 28 year old rookie in the Western Canada Hockey League with Newsy Lalonde's Saskatoon Crescents (later the Sheiks) and starred for three years until that league folded. Upon the recommendation of Lalonde, he replaced Georges Vezina in the Canadiens goal. At 31 years of age, Hainsworth was an experienced rookie who wasted no time in establishing himself in the NHL. Assuming the goaltending mantle from Vezina for the 1926-27 season, he became the first winner of the Vezina Trophy as the best goaltender in the NHL for allowing the fewest goals over the course of a season, and captured the award for the next two seasons as well. He won a pair of Stanley Cups with Montreal, in 1929-30 and 1930-31. In 1928-29 he set two records for goaltending that will never be challenged. He turned in 22 shutouts in 44 games and posted a goals against average of 0.98 goals allowed per game. Because of his calm, unflappable nature used to drive opponents to distraction while lending confidence to the Canadiens players, Hainsworth received an unusual accolade when he was appointed team captain in 1932-33. He possessed the ability to communicate his confidence and calm to his teammates through solid, sometimes spectacular performances. Over the course of his career with the Canadiens, Hainsworth logged 75 shutouts in the regular season and six more in the playoffs while maintaining a goals against average of 1.85.

    96. CBS SportsLine - The 1900s: Hockey Turns Pro
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    ... Goon-O-Meter ARCHIVES 2001 Draft 2001 Playoffs 2001 All-Star Game DESTINATIONS AHL, ECHL NCAA Hockey The 1900s: Hockey turns pro SportsLine wire reports The original leagues Decade-by-decade At the turn of the century, the best hockey players didn't play for money. There wasn't any. In 1900, hockey was a game for amateurs in Eastern Canada, and anyone who played, did so strictly for the sport. Many did, and several amateur leagues began to spring up. Newsy Lalonde was one of the original free agents. Games in these leagues were spectator attractions, and the various champions would challenge each other for bragging rights and a chance to win the Stanley Cup, a trophy donated by the Queen of England's representative in Canada that became the symbol of hockey supremacy. Teams that won the Stanley Cup in its early days invariably resided in the Montreal to Ottawa corridor, where the top players of the era seemed to content to pursue their passion. That began to change when the game was discovered along the Eastern seaboard of the United States, and in pockets of Minnesota and Michigan.

    97. Puckerings Lacrosse
    On top of that, in the early days many bigname hockey players such as NewsyLalonde played lacrosse during the summer, and hockey during the winter.
    Puckerings Lacrosse Home Research Articles Stats ... About me Welcome to the Puckerings Lacrosse page. As you may know, lacrosse was Canada's official national sport for some time, before hockey was promoted to share the honour. The history of lacrosse is just as colourful, just as long, and just as important as that of hockey. What's a lacrosse page doing on a hockey site? Hockey and lacrosse are both national sports of Canada, and deserve equal respect. On top of that, in the early days many big-name hockey players such as Newsy Lalonde played lacrosse during the summer, and hockey during the winter. The two games share many similarities, with enough differences to make them distinct. And most importantly, I felt like it. Lacrosse research on the internet In April of 2002 I founded the Society for Canadian Lacrosse Research . If you at all interested in the history of this great sport, please join as soon as possible. It's free! Information on joining up is available on the website. The SCLR is currently made up of less than a dozen, but they're some of the sharpest guys you'd ever want to meet. There is a mailing list for lacrosse discussions, and several editions of the newsletter have already been published. There is also a stats archive, on which I hope to have stats from all time, eventually. If you looking for lacrosse history online, really the first thing you should do is to visit SCLR member Paul Whiteside's wonderful

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