from Southfield, MI
02 July 1910 • Stoughton, Saskatchewan
09 June 2007 • Calgary , Alberta
In 1933–34 NHL season Carr signed with the New York Rangers. After one season with the Rangers, Carr signed with the rival New York Americans, with whom he played for the following seven seasons....
In 1941–42 NHL season he won his first Stanley Cup Championship, when his team, down three games to zero, won four straight against the Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Final, winning the championship.
Buffalo Bisons (IHL) player • Canadian ice hockey player • Ice hockey player from Saskatchewan • New York Rangers player • New York Americans player • Syracuse Stars (IHL) player • Toronto Maple Leafs player
Stanley Cup champion • Stanley Cup
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