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|Born|| May 25, 1881,|
|Died|| December 17 1954 (aged 73),|
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|Pro clubs|| Sydney Socials|
James Irwin "Jim, Kid" Mallen (May 25, 1881 – December 17, 1954) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player who was active with several different clubs from 1901–1914. Amongst the teams Mallen played for were the Calumet Miners, Pittsburgh Lyceum, Pittsburgh Bankers, Toronto Professionals and Galt Professionals.
Jim Mallen was a small player in stature even for his era but stocky built at 5'5" and approximately 165 pounds. He played primarily at the center and rover positions. His younger brother Ken Mallen also played professional ice hockey and was on the 1915 Vancouver Millionaires team that won the Stanley Cup.
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Statistics from SIHR at sihrhockey.org
- Harper, Stephen J. (2013). A Great Game: The Forgotten Leafs & the Rise of Professional Hockey. Canada: Simon & Schuster, 368. ISBN 978-1476716534.
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