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Cullywilson

Carol "Cully" Wilson - (Born June 5, 1892 in Winnipeg, Manitoba - Died July 7, 1962 in Seattle, Washington), was a Professional player. The right winger played in the National Hockey League for the Toronto St. Pats, Montreal Canadiens, Hamilton Tigers and Chicago Black Hawks between 1919 and 1927. He was also a member of two teams who won the Stanley Cup before the NHL came into existence in 1917, the Toronto Blueshirts and Seattle Metropolitans.

BiographyEdit

Wilson began his professional career with the National Hockey Association's Toronto Blueshirts in 1912. The next year he won his first Stanley Cup when the Blueshirts beat the Montreal Canadiens. Then the Pacific Coast Hockey Association started to compete with the NHA in an east-west rivalry for the Stanley Cup championship. As a member of the Seattle Metropolitans, Wilson won the Stanley Cup for a second time in 1917, again beating the Montreal Canadiens.

Wilson left the NHL after the 1922–23 season and headed west to play for the Calgary Tigers of the Western Canada Hockey League. He returned to the NHL for one more season in 1926–27 after the WCHL folded and his rights were traded to the Chicago Black Hawks. After a disappointing year with the Hawks, Wilson moved on to the American Hockey Association St. Paul Saints. Over the next three years he played and coached with the Saints before moving on to the San Francisco Tigers of the Cal-Pro League and the Duluth Hornets of the AHA. Wilson's last season was the 1931–32 season with the Kansas City Pla-Mors.

Awards & Achievements Edit

  • Stanley Cup Championships (1914 & 1917)
  • PCHA First All-Star Team (1919)
  • WCHL Second All-Star Team (1925)

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