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Hockey Player
    (October 9, 1896-April 6, 1986)
    Born in Brantford, Ontario, Canada
    Right winger and captain for the New York Rangers (1926-1937)
    Two time Stanley Cup Champion (1928 and 1937)
    Two time NHL Scoring Champion (1927 and 1933)
    Three NHL First Team All-Star selections (1931-1933)
    One NHL Second Team All-Star selection (1934)
    Head coach for the New York Rangers (1951-1953)
    Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame (1952)
    He made his NHL debut at age 30.
    He recorded a career high of 58 penalty minutes in his NHL rookie season.
    He played for the Rangers team that was swept by the Boston Bruins in the 1929 Stanley Cup Finals.
    His NHL head coaching career was a disaster.
    He served in World War I.
    He was a member of the Rangers' famous Bread Line that included Bun Cook and Frank Boucher.
    His playing style was compared to Gordie Howe.
    He scored the very first Ranger goal.
    He recorded a Stanley Cup winning-goal as he was the first player to do so (1933).
    The Hockey News placed him at #44 on the list of one of the top 100 Greatest Hockey Players (1998).

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