ICE HOCKEY: Pete Muldoon, was a Canadian ice hockey coach and pioneer in the western United States, particularly known for bringing a Stanley Cup championship to Seattle, Washington. He is best known for reportedly putting a curse on the Chicago Blackhawks when he was fired as their coach.
Sidney Gerald Abel (February 22, 1918, Melville, Canada – February 8, 2000) was a Canadian professional hockey player and later coach in the National Hockey League. His playing career spanned from the 1938–39 season until the 1953–54 season, playing for both the Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Black Hawks and was a member of three winning Stanley Cups in 1943, 1950, and 1952 with the Detroit Red Wings.
Robert Blake Theodore “Terrible Ted" Lindsay (born July 29, 1925, Renfrew, Canada) is a former professional ice hockey player, a forward for the Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League (NHL). He scored over 800 points in his Hockey Hall of Fame career, won the Art Ross Trophy in 1950, and won the Stanley Cup four times. Often referred to as "Terrible Ted", Lindsay helped to organize the National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) in the late 1950s.
John James "Jack" Adams (b. June 14, 1895, Ft Wm, Canada) was a professional hockey player, coach and general manager in the NHL and Pacific Coast Hockey Association. He was a Hall of Fame player during his 10 yr career. He is best known for his 36-year association with the Detroit Red Wings of the NHL as coach and as a general manager. He became the first president of the Central Professional Hockey League. He is the only person to have won the Stanley Cup as a player, coach, & general…