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Stew Evans, D

5'10", 170

367 GP, 77 PTS
26 Playoff GP, x1 Stanley Cup win

AST Voting Record: T6 (1938), 2 votes in 1939, 1 vote in 1936 and 1937

Originally Posted by LoH
Stewart Evans had a nine-year NHL career that began in 1930-31 with the Detroit Falcons. In 43 games Evans one goal and four assists and five points.

In 1931-32, Evans was sent to play Detroit Olympics of the IHL where he had three goals and 12 points. In 1932-33 Evans was back in the NHL with the Detroit Red Wings, who evolved from the old Falcons team. He had two goals and eight points as well as 74 penalty minutes.

Midway through the 1933-34 season Evans was traded to the Montreal Maroons, where he scored four goals and two assists in 27 games. Evans played five seasons with the Maroons and was a member of their Stanley Cup winning team in 1935. Individually, his best season was 1936-37 when he had six goals and seven assists for 13 points in 48 games.

Evans' final year in the NHL was 1938-39 with the Montreal Canadiens where he scored nine points in 43 games. For his career he played in 367 games, had 28 goals, 49 assists, and 77 points.
Originally Posted by The Montreal Gazette - Dec 6, 1933
And his defence of Doug Young and Stew Evans, with able relief by the burly Freddy Robertson, gave him strong support as did the tight back-checking of the forwards.

Originally Posted by The Border Cities Star - Jan 19, 1934
The fine defensive play of "Stew" Evans with Maroons last night was one of the features of a typical rough and rugged Montreal-Detroit National League fixture. For some unexplained reason Maroons and Red Wings have always been bitter hockey rivals. Seldom has a game been played between these two clubs at Olympia without a flare-up. Last night there were three outstanding jousts. Evans was in one of them engaging in a short but snappy wrestling and slugging duel with Herbie Lewis.

Originally Posted by The Montreal Gazette - Oct 30, 1935
When Stew Evans came to terms after a short holdout period, the squad was assured its four rearguards would be ready again. Evans paired with Marvin
"Cy" Wentworth last year for one of the best units in hockey.

Originally Posted by The Montreal Gazette - Dec 29, 1937
Best of the Maroons were hardworking Stew Evans. Des Smith, Billy Beveridge, Russ Blinco, Herbie Cain, and Jimmy Ward.

Originally Posted by The Leader-Post - Jan 3, 1942
Stew Evans, the old-time defence star for the Maroons and Canadiens, is an executive in a motor plant working on tank production...

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