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08-15-2012, 08:37 PM
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LW Jack McDonald

5'10, 155
Shoots Left
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

1912 Stanley Cup Champion

4th (1913-1914), 8th (1911-1912), in NHA Goals
6th in PCHA Goals (1912-1913)

90 G, 29 A, 119 Pts in 111 NHA GP
26 G, 14 A, 40 Pts in 69 NHL GP
11 G, 4 A, 15 Pts in 16 PCHA GP

Montreal Canadiens Legends
Jack MacDonald was a star hockey player for years before the National Hockey League even existed. By the time the NHL officially formed, Jack was in the twilight of his career, and served primarily as a substitute with the Wanderers, Canadiens, Bulldogs and St. Pats.

Prior to the birth of the NHL, there was the NHA. The National Hockey Association was essential the forerunner to the NHL. Jack was a star in the NHA, scoring 146 goals in 168 NHA games. Jack was a powerful, high scoring left winger who held his own with such superstars as Joe Malone and Newsy Lalonde.
The Toronto World, Nov. 24, 1915
Quebec is splendidly equipped, having Joe Malone, Tommy Smith, Jack McDonald, Jack Marks and Walter Mummery.

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