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04-02-2008, 08:02 PM
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I was looking through some old newspaper articles and found some info.

In 1929/30 after the top-5 for the Hart trophy there was (from the NY Times):

Norman Himes 70
Howie Morenz 60
Chuck Gardiner 60

Another article in the Globe and Mail about 31/32 didn't have the voting, but said that Morenz won by a single vote over Ching Johnson. Hooley Smith was in third place and Red Dutton in fourth.

Both the G&M and Times say that Baldy Northcott was the second Hart runner-up after Bill Cook in 1933, though I'm guessing they were both writing off the same press release, which may have been wrong.

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