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Earl Robinson, RW

- 5'10", 160 lbs
- Stanley Cup (1935)

Originally Posted by seventieslord View Post
finishes: 11th, 18th, 21st, 30th, 40th
percentages by seventies method: 76, 74, 61, 55, 50.

what is even more important, is that Robinson came across these points pretty honestly. By that I mean, he was not a coattail-rider:

1934: Robinson was 3rd on the Maroons, behind Northcott and Smith, who definitely played together, with Jimmy Ward. Therefore, Robinson definitely outscored whoever he was playing with.

1935: Robinson led the Maroons in scoring by an 8-point (30%) margin. This team included Herb Cain, Baldy Northcott and Hooley Smith.

1937: Robinson was 2nd on the Maroons behind Bob Gracie, who played with Herb Cain and an undrafted. Therefore, Robinson definitely outscored whoever he was playing with, and by a minimum of five points.
Originally Posted by LoH
Earle Robinson first made the stats sheets while skating for the Montreal Victorias senior club in 1926-27. He then joined the Can-Am League to play for the Philadelphia Arrows during the campaign that followed. His offensive output was sufficiently solid to catch the attention of the Montreal Maroons of the NHL who brought him on board for the start of the 1928-29 season.

The move marked the start of a nine-year association with the Maroons that provided Robinson with a venue to develop his game from a low scoring journeyman to a respectable forward with some fire in his stick.

During his second campaign in Montreal, the versatile forward was dispatched to the Windsor Bulldogs of the IAHL where he continued to refine his game. During the 1930-31 season, he led the league in scoring with 63 points in 48 games. As such, the Maroons brought him back to Montreal for half a season before returning him to the Bulldogs to close out the campaign.

In 1932-33, however, Robinson finally secured a regular spot on the Maroons' roster. From then on, he became a solid performer who could be counted on for steady offensive production. All of his efforts reached a peak at the close of the 1934-35 season when the Maroons won their second and final Stanley Cup as a franchise.

Robinson remained with the club for an additional three seasons before being traded to the Chicago Blackhawks. By then, his offensive performance had been in decline for some time. The following year, he was sold to the Montreal Canadiens where he played only eleven games before leaving the NHL for good.

Originally Posted by Rochester Evening Journal - Nov 16, 1934
Within two minutes speedy young Earl Robinson scored twice and Hooley Smith once.,3087680

Originally Posted by The Lewiston Daily Sun - Nov 21, 1934
The opening tally came on a quick thrust by Earl Robinson when the Amerks left him unguarded for a moment.,4156548

Originally Posted by The Montreal Gazette - Feb 21, 1934
Jimmy Ward, Dave Trottier and Earl Robinson played fine hockey for Montreal...,2734911

Originally Posted by Schenectady Gazette - Mar 26, 1934
Earl Robinson, a real native of Montreal, proved to be the deciding factor in the evenly contested struggle which kept a capacity crowd of more than 15,000 on edge. The speedy youngster scored both Montreal goals in a great comeback after the Rangers had notched the opening counter of the evenly contested game.,3079556

Originally Posted by The Evening Independent - Mar 26, 1934
Their first encounter with the Rangers was scoreless with the "breaks" plus the speed and sharpshooting of Earl Robinson enabled them to take the second game and the round, 2-1.,3087680

Originally Posted by The Telegraph-Herald and Times-Journal - Apr 10, 1935
Earl Robinson, sensational Maroon wingman, led his team to an easy 3-1 victory in the second contest.,1663584

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