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Adams, John James

Born: 1895 AD
Died: 1968 AD
Nationality: Canadian
Categories: Hockey Player

1895 – Adams was born in Fort William, Ontario.

1914 – Started his career with the Fort William Maple Leafs of the NMHL.

1916 – Joined the Peterborough 247th of the OIHA and the Sarnia Sailors.

1917 – Became a professional hockey player upon joinig the Toronto Arenas of the NHL.

1922 – Joined the Saint Pat hockey team.

1928 – Played four seasons in Toronto before ending his playing career with the Ottawa Senators.

1932 – Upon retirement from the Ottawa Senators, he was appointed as coach of the Detroit Cougars. After two years it was renamed to Detroit Falcons. Won three Stanley Cup.

1947 – Retired as coach to concentrate as General Manager of the Detroits.

1968 – Adams died of a heart attack on May 1, 1968.