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08-07-2011, 10:35 PM
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C/D - Skene Ronan

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Originally Posted by VanIslander
Ronan is an X-factor, as the extra skater was a star dman who switched to center and led the NHA in scoring in 1911-12 over the likes of Didier Pitre, Ernie Russell and Joe Malone with an incredible 38 goals in 18 games. He went on to three other top-10 season finishes in goals and a Stanley Cup. Expect to see him dress for a few games this series.
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Originally Posted by Birthplace of the NHL
Playing both forward and defence, Erskine "Skene" Ronan was only a Renfrew Millionaire for one season as a defenceman.

Although it was only for a short time, he joined the ranks of other hockey greats like Newsy Lalonde, Cyclone Taylor and the brothers Odie and Sprague Cleghorn wearing the Renfrew jersey.

Ronan, like many of the Millionaires, was quickly signed up by another professional team when the O'Brien's closed their franchise. In 1912 he went to play for the Ottawa Senators as a forward, and became a top scorer in the league, with 35 goals in 18 games.

He went on to play for the Canadiens, and was part of the team when they won the Stanley Cup in 1916. He also played seasons with the Montreal Shamrocks in 1915, and the Toronto Arenas.
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Originally Posted by Canadian Mining Journal
Skene Ronan and Louis Berlinquette—the latter two hockeyists of professional fame..
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Originally Posted by Habs Eyes on the Prize
That there was little to choose between the teams is best shown by the score of the final meeting. The Canadiens scored their first goal in the opening session, it coming from Ronan, another of the club's substitutes who has also made good in the series.
Accomplishments
* Stanley Cup (1916) -- Had a goal in the series clincher too.
* Retro Hart Trophy Winner (1916)
* Led NHA in Scoring (1912) -- Over players like Joe Malone, Didier Pitre and Ernie Russell
* Four Top-10 Finishes in Goals
* NHA Statistics: 108 Games, 104 Goals

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