Old-Time Hockey – And I Mean Old
July 21, 2011 in Aurele Joliat, Boston Bruins, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Howie Morenz, Montreal Canadiens, Montreal Maroons, New York Rangers, Ottawa Senators, Toronto Maple Leafs Tags: Ace Bailey, Aurele Joliat, Detroit Cougars, Dit Clapper, Eddie Shore, Howie Morenz, Lester Patrick, Montreal Maroons, NY Americans, Pittsburgh Pirates
1929 was the time of Howie Morenz, Eddie Shore, Ace Bailey, Aurele Joliat, Dit Clapper, Lester Patrick, and so many greats of the game.
It was a ten-team league at this time – Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, the Montreal Maroons, and the NY Americans in the Canadian Division, and Boston, the Rangers, the Detroit Cougars, Chicago, and the Pittsburgh Pirates in the American Division.
This minute and a half home video from 1929 features Chicago and Toronto, and is a fascinating little look at the good old hockey game from so long ago. (And back then, it was the Chicago Black Hawks, not the Chicago Blackhawks. The name was altered in the 1980′s.)
And the ice cleaners at the end of the clip are something to behold.