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Old 11-15-2015, 07:32 AM   #1
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1931

Top news stories

- Spain becomes a republic with the overthrow of King Alfonso XIII.
- British parliament enacts the Statute of Westminster, legalizing dominion equality with Britain.
- The planned capital of New Delhi opens in India.
- Gangster Al Capone sentenced to 11 years in prison for tax evasion (freed in 1939; dies in 1947).
- The Empire State Building is completed.
- General Motors's Frigidaire makes refrigerators safe for household use.
- An electron microscope is developed by Vladimir Zworykin and James Hillier.











The 1931–32 NHL season was the 15th season of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Ottawa Senators and Philadelphia Quakers suspended operations, leaving eight teams to play 48 games each.


League business

At the September 26, 1931, NHL meeting, the requests of the Philadelphia Quakers and the Ottawa Senators to suspend their franchises for the season were granted.[1] The eight remaining teams divided up the Ottawa and Philadelphia players, whose contracts were leased from Ottawa and Philadelphia. (The Quakers would not return) The players went to other teams, but their contracts were intended to revert to the original clubs. Ottawa received an offer of $300,000 for the team, on the condition that it could move to Chicago and play in the new Chicago Stadium but the owners of the Chicago Blackhawks refused to allow the new team within their territory.[2] The Detroit Falcons were bankrupt and went into receivership.

Meanwhile, the American Hockey Association, which had become the American Hockey League (AHL) in 1930–31 and declared itself a major league, was condemned as an outlaw league by NHL president Frank Calder. Among the reasons Calder cited for his actions was that the AHL had put a franchise in Chicago, which had an NHL franchise, and a franchise in Buffalo where the NHL had a minor league affiliate. The AHL proposed as Stanley Cup challenge, and the Stanley Cup trustees ordered the NHL to play off. However, the Buffalo team collapsed and Calder entered into negotiations to merge the Chicago Shamrocks, owned by James Norris, with the Detroit Falcons, now bankrupt. The AHL signed an agreement with the NHL to become its minor league affiliate.

Regular season



Player statistics




O'Brien Cup:
(Canadian Division champion) Toronto Maple Leafs

Prince of Wales Trophy:
(American Division champion) New York Rangers

Hart Trophy:
(Most valuable player) Howie Morenz, Montreal Canadiens

Vezina Trophy:
(Fewest goals allowed) George Hainsworth, Montreal Canadiens

Rookie of the year:
(Most points by rookie) Glenn Brydson, Montreal Maroons


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1932

Top news stories

- Nazis lead in German elections with 230 Reichstag seats.
- Famine is widespread in U.S.S.R.
- Congress sets up Reconstruction Finance Corporation to stimulate economy.
- Amelia Earhart is first woman to fly Atlantic solo (May 20-21).
- Manhattan's Radio City Music Hall opens
- Physicists Sir John Douglas Cockcroft and Ernest Walton split the atom for the first time.
- Oscars Academy Award, Best Picture: Grand Hotel (MGM)









The 1932–33 NHL season was the 16th season of the National Hockey League (NHL). Nine teams each played 48 games.

League business

After sitting out for a season due to financial difficulties, the Ottawa Senators rejoined the NHL. The Philadelphia Quakers did not rejoin the NHL after sitting out the 1931–32 season.

Detroit Falcons renamed the Detroit Red Wings

Rule changes
This season, the NHL started allowing a substitute to serve penalties for goaltender's penalties.

The NHL now required a captain or alternate captain to be on the ice at all times.

Regular season



Player statistics



O'Brien Cup:
(Canadian Division champion) Toronto Maple Leafs

Prince of Wales Trophy:
(American Division champion) New York Rangers

Hart Trophy:
(Most valuable player) Eddie Shore, Boston Bruins

Vezina Trophy:
(Fewest goals allowed) Lorne Chabot, Toronto Maple Leafs

Rookie of the year:
(Most points by rookie) Walt Buswell, Ottawa Senators


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1933

Top news stories

- Hitler becomes German chancellor (Jan. 30).
- Germany and Japan withdraw from League of Nations.
- Roosevelt inaugurated (“the only thing we have to fear is fear itself”); launches New Deal.
- Prohibition repealed
- Miss America: Marion Bergeron (CT)

- Edwin Armstrong devises frequency modulations (FM) which permit radio reception without static.
- A.A. Michelson's work on the speed of light is completed posthumously.
- US Unemployment: 25.2%



American League





National League









The 1933–34 NHL season was the 17th season of the National Hockey League (NHL). Nine teams each played 48 games.

League business

The New York Americans introduce new sweaters. The team's home uniform uses the word 'Americans' across the front with white stars over a blue area around the shoulders with red and white stripes below the wording. The road uniform is white with a shield logo. There are sleeves and shoulders are blue with a horizontal red stripe at the bottom of the sweater. The team is the second NHL team to have two sets of uniforms, after the Toronto Maple Leafs.


A major trade was a swap of goaltenders as Lorne Chabot was traded to the Montreal Canadiens for George Hainsworth. The Canadiens also loaned Wilf Cude to Detroit and he led the Red Wings to first place.

Regular season



Player statistics





O'Brien Cup:
(Canadian Division champion) Montreal Canadiens

Prince of Wales Trophy:
(American Division champion) New York Rangers

Hart Trophy:
(Most valuable player) Eddie Shore, Boston Bruins

Vezina Trophy:
(Fewest goals allowed) Andy Aitkenhead, Toronto Maple Leafs

Rookie of the year:
(Most points by rookie) Art Wiebe, Chicago Blackhawks



Team Canada Roster


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Roy Worters, New York Americans
Tiny Thomson, Boston Bruins
Charlie Gardiner, Chicago Blackhawks

1st Line
Eddie Shore, Boston Bruins - King Clancy, Toronto Maple Leafs

Hec Kilrea, Toronto Maple Leafs - Frank Boucher, New York Rangers - Charlie Conacher, Toronto Maple Leafs

2nd Line
Babe Siebert, New York Rangers - Earl Siebert, New York Rangers

John Sorrell, Detroit Red Wings - Cooney Weiland, Detroit Red Wings - Larry Aurie, Detroit Red Wings

3rd Line
Red Horner, Toronto Maple Leafs - Ebbie Goodfellow, Detroit Red Wings

Aurel Joliat, Montreal Canadiens - Joe Primeau, Toronto Maple Leafs - Bill Cook, New York Rangers

4th Line
Ching Johnson, New York Ranges

Busher Jackson, Toronto Maple Leafs - Marty Barry, Boston Bruins - Johny Gottselig, Chicago Blackhawks
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1934

Top news stories

- Hitler becomes Führer when chancellorship and presidency are united.
- Federal Communications Commission is established to regulate communications
- Dust storms ruin about 100 million acres and damage another 200 million acres of cropland in Kansas, Texas, Colorado, and Oklahoma
- Academy Award, Best Picture: Cavalcade (Fox)
- Enrico Fermi works on the creation of new elements through the bombardment of uranium with neutrons.
- Irene and Frederic Joliot-Curie create the first man-made radioactive substance by bombarding aluminum with alpha particles that create radioactive phosphorus.




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National League









The 1934–35 NHL season was the 18th season of the National Hockey League (NHL). Nine teams each played 48 games.

League business

With financial difficulties continuing for the Ottawa Senators, the NHL franchise was transferred to St. Louis changing the nickname to St. Louis Eagles. The NHL franchise was not profitable in St. Louis, either, partly due to the extended travel of being located in the Canadian Division. The Eagles would sell players Syd Howe and Ralph "Scotty" Bowman to Detroit for $50,000 to make ends meet.

The penalty shot, an invention of the old Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA), was introduced in the NHL this season. The puck was placed in a 10 foot circle, 38 feet (12 m) from the goalmouth. The player could shoot while stationary within the circle, or could shoot while moving, as long as the shot was taken within the circle. The goaltender had to be stationary until the puck was shot, and no more than 1 foot (0.30 m) in front of the goal mouth.

Regular season



Player statistics



O'Brien Cup:
(Canadian Division champion) Toronto Maple Leafs

Prince of Wales Trophy:
(American Division champion) Boston Bruins

Hart Trophy:
(Most valuable player) Eddie Shore, Boston Bruins

Vezina Trophy:
(Fewest goals allowed) Andy Aitkenhead, Toronto Maple Leafs

Rookie of the year:
(Most points by rookie) Sweeney Schriner, New York Americans

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1935

Top news stories

- Nazis repudiate Versailles Treaty, introduce compulsory military service.
- Mussolini invades Ethiopia; League of Nations invokes sanctions.
- Persia becomes Iran under Reza Shah Pahlevi.
- Roosevelt opens second phase of New Deal in U.S., calling for social security, better housing, equitable taxation, and farm assistance.
- George Gershwin combines black folk idiom and Broadway musical techniques in Porgy and Bess
- Miss America: Henrietta Leaver


- Aircraft-detecting radar is pioneered by Robert Watson-Watt in England.



American League





National League









The 1935–36 NHL season was the 19th season of the National Hockey League (NHL). The St. Louis Eagles dropped out of the league, leaving eight teams.

League business

Prior to the season, the St. Louis Eagles franchise owners asked the league for permission to suspend operations for a year and then relocate back to Ottawa, however the league denied the requests. On October 15, 1935, the NHL bought back the franchise and players contracts for $40,000 and suspended operations.

During the season, the New York Americans were reported in financial trouble and were up for sale.

Regular season



Player statistics



O'Brien Cup:
(Canadian Division champion) Montreal Canadiens

Prince of Wales Trophy:
(American Division champion) Detroit Red Wings

Hart Trophy:
(Most valuable player) Lionel Conacher, Chicago Blackhawks

Vezina Trophy:
(Fewest goals allowed) Mike Karakas, Chicago Blackhawks

Rookie of the year:
(Most points by rookie) Mike Karakas, Chicago Blackhawks

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