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09-03-2009, 03:14 AM
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RW/LW/D Jack Marks



- 6'1", 180 lbs
- Stanley Cup Champion (1912, 1913, 1918)
- Stanley Cup Finalist (1904, 1908)
- Retro Selke from Ultimate Hockey (1912, 1913)
- 1st All Star Team (1906-FAHL, 1908-OPHL)
- 5th in FAHL scoring (1906)
- 5th in IHL assists (1907)
- 3rd in CHA scoring before the disband (1910)
- 11th in NHA goals (1916)
- 108 Goals, 22 assists, 130 points, 319 PIM in 167 top-level games
- 6 goals in 7 playoff and cup games

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Originally Posted by The Trail Of the Stanley Cup, Vol. 1
...He joined Quebec in 1912 and played with them for six years, being on two Stanley Cup winners in that time. He was at his best when he was the regular right wing on a line with Joe Malone and Tommy Smith. Although overshadowed by these two great scorers, he made a nice balance in their combination play and more than his share of backchecking.

In his final years with Quebec, he was shuffled around on various lines with Malone, Smith, Crawford, and McDonald.
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Originally Posted by loh.net
Jack Marks played a few games during the NHL's formative years. He was a versatile player who could be effective on defence or at left-wing. He was best known as a goal scorer with a tenacious work ethic in the OPHL and NHA.

Born in Brantford, Ontario, Marks spent two years with the Brockville Hockey Club of the old FAHL. In 1906-07 he played for the Canadian Soo in the International Hockey League, the world's first professional circuit. He then moved on to the OPHL where he excelled on the Toronto and Brantford entries and also took part in the Western Pennsylvania League with the Pittsburgh Lycums.

After spending the 1910-11 season with the USAHA's Chicago All-Americans, Marks played six years with the Quebec Bulldogs of the NHA. The talented scorer reached double figures in goals twice and helped the Bulldogs defeat Moncton and Sydney to win consecutive Stanley Cups in 1912 and 1913.


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