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11-03-2009, 02:52 AM
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Since this is his first time in the ATD, Frank "Pud" Glass deserves a bio.

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Frank "Pud" Glass was a chippy little hockey player who set up many a goal in his days as a Montreal Wanderer. He joined the club in 1905, its second year, and played alongside Jack Marshall and XXXXX XXXXXXXXX. Stanley Cups are won with solid, two-way play, a concern for goals being scored in both ends of the rink. Glass proved this truth time and time again. He was in perpetual motion; when he wasn't forechecking tirelessly to create room for scoring line-mate Ernie Russell, he was heading back to help his defenders with their chores.
http://www.hockey-notes.com/1900_hockey_pudglass.html

A member of 5 Stanley Cup winning Montreal Wanderers teams. Had career major league stats of 93 goals in 91 games and 22 goals in 16 playoff games.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Glass

Essentially, he was one of hockeys earliest complimentary players. A hard worker on both ends of the ice who's main goals were to help his teammates play to the best of their abilities and to help his team win.

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