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04-12-2013, 04:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Sturminator View Post
I've become sort of fascinated by Tommy Gorman since signing on with Reen's team, and have done some more research on his career. This work has been fairly fruitful, and I think adds meaningfully to Gorman's legacy as a coach. The more we learn about Gorman, the longer his shadow grows, and I think it is time to start talking about him as one of the upper tier of all-time coaches. First, it appears that Gorman coached the Ottawa Senators in the 1923-24 season, in which the team finished 1st in the regular season standings, and lost to the Habs in the NHL playoffs.

9.10.1924 - The Calgary Daily Herald:

So this adds one pretty successful season to Gorman's career.
Good find. I have definitely seen Gorman get credit for coaching the Sens before, which is why I questioned Pete Green's role. That makes things a little clearer.

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