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1935-36 Chicago Black Hawks

1935–36 Chicago Black Hawks · NHL
Division 3rd American
1935–36 record 21–19–8
Home record 15–7–2
Road record 6–12–6
Goals for 93
Goals against 92
General Manager Frederic McLaughlin
Coach Clem Loughlin
Captain Johnny Gottselig
Arena Chicago Stadium
Team leaders
Goals Paul Thompson (17)
Assists Doc Romnes (25)
Points Paul Thompson (40)
Penalties in minutes Alex Levinsky (69)
Wins Mike Karakas (21)
Goals against average Mike Karakas (1.85)

The 1935–36 Chicago Black Hawks season was the team's 10th season in the NHL, and they were coming off a disappointing playoff run in 1935, as the Hawks lost to the Montreal Maroons in the 1st round, scoring no goals in the 2 game series. Chicago would name Johnny Gottselig as team captain, and would bring back Clem Loughlin as head coach after a successful regular season in 1934–35. The Hawks would fall to 3rd place in the American Division this season, finishing with a 21–19–8 record for 50 points. Chicago would actually tie the Boston Bruins and New York Rangers in points, however, would finish behind the Bruins, who had 22 wins in the season, and ahead of the Rangers, who had 19 victories.

Midway through the season, the Black Hawks and New York Rangers would make a trade, as Chicago sent Howie Morenz and Arthur Coulter to New York for Earl Siebert and Glen Brydson.

Paul Thompson would lead the Hawks with 17 goals and 40 points, while Doc Romnes had a team high 25 assists, and would win the Lady Byng Trophy, becoming the 1st Chicago player to win the award. Mush March would have a very strong season, earning 16 goals and 35 points, along with 42 penalty minutes, while defenseman Alex Levinsky would have a club high 69 penalty minutes.

In goal, the Hawks would go with rookie Mike Karakas, who was known to Chicago fans as he had previously played with the Chicago Shamrocks of the AHA. Karakas would win 21 games, and post a 1.85, helping the Black Hawks finish 2nd in the league with only 92 goals against.

Chicago would face the New York Americans in the opening round of the playoffs, as the teams would play a 2 game, total goals series. The Hawks were heavy favorites, as they finished with 12 more points than the Americans in the regular season. New York would jump out with a 3–0 victory in the 1st game, and the 3 goal difference was too much for the Black Hawks to overcome, as they defeated the Americans in the 2nd game 5–4, however, would lose the series by a 7–5 score.

Season standingsEdit

American Division
GP W L T GF GA PTS
Detroit Red Wings 48 24 16 8 124 103 56
Boston Bruins 48 22 20 6 92 83 50
Chicago Black Hawks 48 21 19 8 93 92 50
New York Rangers 48 19 17 12 91 96 50
Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against

Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.


Game logEdit

Regular seasonEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home Record Pts
1 November 7 New York Americans 1–3 Chicago Black Hawks 1–0–0 2
2 November 14 Chicago Black Hawks 0–0 Detroit Red Wings 1–0–1 3
3 November 17 New York Rangers 0–3 Chicago Black Hawks 2–0–1 5
4 November 21 Toronto Maple Leafs 3–4 Chicago Black Hawks 3–0–1 7
5 November 24 Montreal Maroons 1–2 Chicago Black Hawks 4–0–1 9
6 November 26 Chicago Black Hawks 1–4 Montreal Maroons 4–1–1 9
7 November 28 Chicago Black Hawks 1–2 New York Rangers 4–2–1 9
8 December 1 Montreal Canadiens 0–1 Chicago Black Hawks 5–2–1 11
9 December 3 Chicago Black Hawks 3–1 Boston Bruins 6–2–1 13
10 December 7 Chicago Black Hawks 1–2 Toronto Maple Leafs 6–3–1 13
11 December 8 Boston Bruins 0–1 Chicago Black Hawks 7–3–1 15
12 December 12 Detroit Red Wings 3–1 Chicago Black Hawks 7–4–1 15
13 December 15 Chicago Black Hawks 0–3 New York Americans 7–5–1 15
14 December 19 Chicago Black Hawks 2–2 Montreal Canadiens 7–5–2 16
15 December 22 New York Americans 3–2 Chicago Black Hawks 7–6–2 16
16 December 25 Chicago Black Hawks 2–0 Detroit Red Wings 8–6–2 18
17 December 29 New York Rangers 1–3 Chicago Black Hawks 9–6–2 20
18 January 1 Detroit Red Wings 4–2 Chicago Black Hawks 9–7–2 20
19 January 5 Montreal Maroons 3–2 Chicago Black Hawks 9–8–2 20
20 January 7 Chicago Black Hawks 0–2 Boston Bruins 9–9–2 20
21 January 9 Chicago Black Hawks 4–1 New York Americans 10–9–2 22
22 January 12 Montreal Canadiens 2–1 Chicago Black Hawks 10–10–2 22
23 January 16 Detroit Red Wings 1–4 Chicago Black Hawks 11–10–2 24
24 January 19 Boston Bruins 1–2 Chicago Black Hawks 12–10–2 26
25 January 21 Chicago Black Hawks 1–0 New York Rangers 13–10–2 28
26 January 23 Chicago Black Hawks 1–1 Montreal Canadiens 13–10–3 29
27 January 26 New York Rangers 1–2 Chicago Black Hawks 14–10–3 31
28 January 30 Chicago Black Hawks 4–3 Detroit Red Wings 15–10–3 33
29 February 1 Chicago Black Hawks 2–3 Toronto Maple Leafs 15–11–3 33
30 February 2 Toronto Maple Leafs 0–2 Chicago Black Hawks 16–11–3 35
31 February 6 Detroit Red Wings 1–0 Chicago Black Hawks 16–12–3 35
32 February 9 New York Americans 4–1 Chicago Black Hawks 16–13–3 35
33 February 11 Chicago Black Hawks 1–7 Boston Bruins 16–14–3 35
34 February 13 Chicago Black Hawks 2–2 New York Americans 16–14–4 36
35 February 16 Boston Bruins 2–4 Chicago Black Hawks 17–14–4 38
36 February 18 Chicago Black Hawks 3–3 Montreal Canadiens 17–14–5 39
37 February 20 Chicago Black Hawks 1–1 New York Rangers 17–14–6 40
38 February 23 Toronto Maple Leafs 1–5 Chicago Black Hawks 18–14–6 42
39 February 25 Chicago Black Hawks 2–0 Montreal Maroons 19–14–6 44
40 February 29 Chicago Black Hawks 2–4 Toronto Maple Leafs 19–15–6 44
41 March 1 New York Rangers 1–2 Chicago Black Hawks 20–15–6 46
42 March 5 Boston Bruins 2–2 Chicago Black Hawks 20–15–7 47
43 March 8 Montreal Canadiens 0–2 Chicago Black Hawks 21–15–7 49
44 March 12 Montreal Maroons 3–3 Chicago Black Hawks 21–15–8 50
45 March 15 Chicago Black Hawks 0–1 Boston Bruins 21–16–8 50
46 March 17 Chicago Black Hawks 2–4 New York Rangers 21–17–8 50
47 March 19 Chicago Black Hawks 3–5 Detroit Red Wings 21–18–8 50
48 March 21 Chicago Black Hawks 1–3 Montreal Maroons 21–19–8 50

PlayoffsEdit

New York Americans 7, Chicago Black Hawks 5 Edit

# Date Visitor Score Home Record
1 March 24 Chicago Black Hawks 0–3 New York Americans 0–1
2 March 26 New York Americans 4–5 Chicago Black Hawks 1–1

Season statsEdit

Scoring leadersEdit

Player GP G A Pts PIM
Paul Thompson 48 17 23 40 19
Doc Romnes 48 13 25 38 6
Mush March 48 16 19 35 42
Johnny Gottselig 41 14 15 29 4
Don McFadyen 47 4 16 20 33

GoaltendingEdit

Player GP TOI W L T GA SO GAA
Mike Karakas 48 2990 21 19 8 92 9 1.85

Playoff statsEdit

Scoring leadersEdit

Player GP G A Pts PIM
Mush March 2 2 3 5 0
Doc Romnes 2 1 2 3 0
Paul Thompson 2 0 3 3 0
Earl Siebert 2 2 0 2 0
Johnny Gottselig 2 0 2 2 0

GoaltendingEdit

Player GP TOI W L T GA SO GAA
Mike Karakas 2 120 1 1 0 7 0 3.50

ReferencesEdit

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