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Old 02-20-2019, 07:21 AM   #41
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if the wanderers are gonna merge with the habs, have the Americans go to Philly. with the added bonus that they are the reigning champions, so it will bring in even more people to the philly arena. (I don't know if it's gonna be the spectrum or another arena.)
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Old 02-20-2019, 07:51 PM   #42
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Merks become Isles!
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Old 02-21-2019, 08:06 AM   #43
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1936-1937 Season Review

The Americans and St. Louis won their divisions but third place Pittsburgh made it to the final beating the Americans. Pittsburgh won it's first cup in it's third year back in the league.

New names led the league in goals (Thielen - Det), assists (Kitchener - Rangers (ha-ha)), and points (Mangone - Americans).

Scholz traded to the Amerks before the end of the season crossed the 1,000 point barrier with his new team. The first player ever to do so.

Pittsburgh continue to lead the league in attendance with Toronto and the Wanderers at the bottom.

Bootleg Bill couldn't pay off his debts and repurchases the Amerks. No bidders have yet come forward. As a league we can't fold a team that has played in the last two finals winning one. The NHL will continue to operate them for now.

No word out of Montreal. The owners primary team the Wanderers is last in attendance. The Canadiens have the history. Will they try and flip the better team and keep their original team? We'll have to watch and wait and decide if we need to intervene.
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Old 02-21-2019, 11:23 AM   #44
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i'd say to keep the habs.
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1937-1938 Season Review

The Rangers and Chicago won their divisions but Detroit and Boston made the final with Boston claiming their third cup!

R. Jones of Chicago led in goals and points and Moell Lindgren of the Rangers led in assists.

Chicago’s Todd O’Branagan won his 5th defenceman of the year award at 28 years old scoring 56 points (a record for D-men) and finishing at +20 in 48 games.

Defenceman Gabriel Bourdages of Boston wins rookie of the year tying the rookie points record at 48.

Montreal ownership has announced their intention to merge the 2 Montreal teams under the Wanderes name, as that was their original team and suspending the Canadiens franchise. Stafford Smythe of Toronto is strongly urging the League to step in a preserve the Canadiens name instead due to their Stanley Cup history. Which side do we back? Should we be active in seeking buyers for whichever franchise becomes dormant? Cleveland interests were seeking to buy the Canadiens previously.

The Amerks issues continue on. We’re going to keep operating them in New York for now. We have Montreal to deal with. Can you imagine operating with only 8 teams? Or 6?

James E. Norris Red wings Owner now owns Chicago Stadium as of last year. We’re also pretty sure he’s been loaning the Bruins Owners money. Does he think NHL stands for Norris House League?

The International-American Hockey League has begun as a merger between the old IHL and the Canadian-American Hockey League.

Tropical Hockey League? Rumour has it scouts are making the rounds in Manitoba and NW Ontario recruiting for a semi-pro league based out of Miami? Can you imagine, hockey in Miami?
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Old Yesterday, 07:12 AM   #46
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keep the habs
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Wanderers. Spice it up!
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1938-1939 Season Review

Decisions were made and seasons were played before all the advice was in.

Ultimately Stafford Smythe of Toronto was instrumental in saving the Canadiens (oh how Montreal fans must hate this piece of history). He and other advisers persuaded us that the Habs Stanley Cup history meant they must be preserved. The Wanderers are technically a suspended franchise.

With 9 teams left we went back to one division. The Americans led the way and won their second Cup! On a side note the Rangers only have won.

The Amerks have won two out of the last 4 cups so we can't suspend them even though no buyer has come forward.

Wylie (Pittsburgh) led in goals, Saville (Amerks) led in points and Boston’s Duncan O’FIenella led in points. Saville also won MVP and Defenceman of the year with a 57 point season.

The Amerks Christensen led in most major goalie categories and won goalie of the year.
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1939-1940 Season in Review

Pittsburgh finishes first overall but in an all New York final the Rangers top the Amerks leaving both New York teams with 2 cups each.

The depression has ended but World War II has started, at least for Canada. Still attendance remains low across the league and several league owners are having capitalization problems. The Canadiens were sold again too the Canadian Arena Company. The NHL still owns the Americans with no buyers coming forward for a top franchise. Now there are rumours that MSG corp the owners of the Rangers are in financial trouble. Out in St. Louis travel costs and lack of money are impacting the Eagles ownership.

Detroit's Sivak led in goals and points while Hutton of the Amerks led in assists.
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