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Extractions: Statistics by Eric Lalonde ( Ericllnd@aol.com The Lalonde family can truly boast of producing one of the greatest players ever to play the game. Edouard Charles (Newsy) Lalonde was the dominant player during the first 25 years of hockey according to no less an authority than the Hockey Hall of Fame. The Beginning Newsy was born in Cornwall, Ont. October 31, 1887 and as a youth worked in the newsprint plant. That's where he acquired the nickname Newsy. He began his professional career with the Cornwall Rovers in 1905 when he was only 16. In 1906 he became a member of the senior Woodstock club and in 1908 moved to the Toronto Arenas of Canada's first all-professional league the Ontario Professional Hockey League. That year he won the scoring championship with 29 goals in 9 games and played against the Montreal Wanderers for the Stanley Cup. Toronto lost 6-4. Lalonde Plays In First Ever Canadiens Game After two seasons with Toronto he moved to the Montreal Canadiens. The Montreal Canadiens played their first game ever on Wednesday January 5th,1910 at the Jubilee Rink a 3,500 seat natural ice arena that was located in Montreal's East End at the corner of Ste-Catherine and Moreau St. Newsy Lalonde was in the lineup for the Canadiens for that game and scored two goals before being hit in the ankle with a puck and leaving the game. Montreal won the game 7-6 in overtime over the Cobalt Silver Kings. As the Canadiens owner J. Ambrose O'Brien owned four of the five teams in the National Hockey Association he decided to lend Newsy Lalonde to the Renfrew team for the balance of the season where he scored 38 goals bringing his total for the year to 40. In 1911 Lalonde returned to the Canadiens but his goal production dropped to 19 in 16 games.
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Extractions: d. Nov. 21, 1970, Montreal Career Statistics Other Resources Lalonde played in the NHL for only four seasons, but he led the league in scoring twice, was second once, and finished fourth in his other season. Nicknamed "Newsy" because he worked as a linotype operator as a youth, Lalonde didn't begin skating until he was thirteen. An outstanding lacrosse player, he took up hockey at sixteen with his hometown team and in 1911 went to Vancouver, where he was paid $6,500, by far the highest hockey salary of the time. In 1912, he scored 60 goals in just 12 games. Lalonde joined the Montreal Canadiens when they were organized in 1913. They played in the National Hockey Association at the time and moved into the National Hockey League when it was organized in 1917. Lalonde was fourth in scoring in the league's first season with 23 goals. He led in 1918-19 with 32 points on 23 goals and 9 assists and in 1920-21 with 41 points on 33 goals and 8 assists. He retired from playing after that season, returned for two seasons with the New York Americans in 1925, then retired for good. Lalonde coached the Canadiens from 1932 into the 1934-35 season.
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Extractions: Edouard "Newsy" Lalonde October 31 November 21 ) was a Canadian professional ice hockey forward in the National Hockey League (NHL) and a professional lacrosse player. He played for the Montreal Canadiens and New York Americans in the NHL . He also played for the WCHL 's Saskatoon Crescents and Saskatoon Shieks . He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in . He was the Head Coach of the Ottawa Senators hockey club between and He was born in Cornwall, Ontario . Before playing professional ice hockey, he worked in a newspaper plant, where he acquired the "Newsy" moniker edit In 1905, he started his career with the Cornwall Robbers . The next year, he joined the senior Woodstock club. In 1908, Lalonde signed with the Toronto Arenas in the Ontario Professional Hockey League. Two years later, he joined the Montreal Canadiens for their first season. At the end of the 1911 season, Montreal traded him to the Vancouver Millionaires , in exchange for Ernest Dubeau . In 1912, Vancouver traded him to Montreal for
Extractions: Newsy page by Eric Lalonde ( firstname.lastname@example.org Newsy Lalonde's career records come from the 1998 edition of Total Hockey the Official Encyclopedia of the NHL. The new edition contains a much more comprehensive set of statistics of Newsy Lalonde's career. The coaching career as documented in Total Hockey shows Newsy as the coach of the Canadiens from 1918 to 1922. During this period he was also a player. George Kennedy is listed in most hockey books as the Canadiens coach. However in reality, Newsy was the one running the team on the ice and George Kennedy ran the business of the team. Total Hockey now reflects the true situation and Newsy gets proper credit for the role he played. * denotes league high Edouard (Newsy) Lalonde's Scoring Record Years Team League GP Goals Assists PTS PIMs Cornwall Victorias FAHL Woodstock Seniors OHA sr Canadian Soo IHL Portage La Prairie MHL sr Toronto Professionals OPHL Toronto Professionals OPHL Montreal Canadiens NHA Renfrew Creamery Kings NHA Montreal Canadiens
WhatIfSports.com: Hockey Play By Play 212, 1920sCanada, newsy lalonde wins faceoff against Frank Boucher 446,1930sCanada, Frank Boucher wins faceoff against newsy lalonde http://www.nhl.com/fancentral/quest/canada/boxes/pbp/105648_1.htm
Extractions: 1st Period Summary Jump to: TIME TEAM ACTION Howie Morenz wins faceoff against Busher Jackson 2 minute penalty on Busher Jackson for holding Powerplay - Joe Malone wins faceoff against Joe Primeau Powerplay - Shot missed by Babe Dye (over net) Powerplay - Goal scored by Cy Denneny assisted by Leo Reise Busher Jackson leaves the penalty box. Joe Primeau wins faceoff against Howie Morenz Shot on goal by Punch Broadbent (slapshot) Newsy Lalonde shoots off the rebound (wristshot), Thompson saves and covers Newsy Lalonde wins faceoff against Frank Boucher 2 minute penalty on Bun Cook for high sticking Powerplay - Joe Malone wins faceoff against Joe Primeau Powerplay - Shot on goal by Babe Dye (backhand) Powerplay - Shot missed by Punch Broadbent (wide of net) Powerplay - Shot on goal by Newsy Lalonde (wristshot) Powerplay - Shot on goal by Georges Boucher (slapshot) Bun Cook leaves the penalty box. Shot missed by Hap Day (over net) Stoppage: puck in crowd Frank Boucher wins faceoff against Newsy Lalonde Shot on goal by Lionel Conacher (slapshot) Stoppage: icing Cooney Weiland wins faceoff against Frank Nighbor Shot on goal by Cooney Weiland (snapshot) Cecil Dillon shoots off the rebound (snapshot) Shot missed by Howie Morenz (over net) Stoppage: offside Frank Boucher wins faceoff against Howie Morenz Goal scored by Newsy Lalonde assisted by Punch Broadbent and Cy Denneny Frank Boucher wins faceoff against Newsy Lalonde Shot on goal by Dit Clapper (wristshot) Dit Clapper shoots off the rebound (wristshot) Shot on goal by Odie Cleghorn (wrap around)