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|Coach=Jack Adams (33 games)<br>[[Duke Keats]] (11 games)
 
|Coach=Jack Adams (33 games)<br>[[Duke Keats]] (11 games)
 
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|Arena=[[Detroit Olympia]]
 
|Arena=[[Detroit Olympia]]
 
|Attendance=15,000
 
|Attendance=15,000
|GoalsLeader=[[George Hay (hockey)|George Hay]] (22)
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|AssistsLeader=George Hay (13)
 
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The '''1927–28 Detroit Cougars season''' was the [[Detroit Red Wings seasons|second]] [[Season (sports)|season]] of the [[Detroit, Michigan]] [[National Hockey League]] (NHL) franchise. The Detroit Cougars scored 44 points, finishing fourth in the American Division and failing to make the playoffs in their sophomore year.
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The '''1927–28 Detroit Cougars season''' was the [[Detroit Red Wings seasons|second]] [[Season (sports)|season]] of the [[Detroit, Michigan]] [[National Hockey League]] (NHL) franchise. The Detroit Cougars scored 44 points, finishing fourth in the American Division and did not qualify for the playoffs.
   
 
==Regular Season==
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The Cougars finally moved into what would be their home for the next fifty years, Detroit's [[Olympia Stadium]]. Their also received a new coach and general manager in [[Jack Adams]]. Adams made an immediate impact, picking up [[Reg Noble]] and quickly naming him [[Captain (ice hockey)|Captain]]. Detroit performed much better to start off the season and only finished two points out of a playoff spot.<ref>[http://www.detroithockey.net/history/ Red Wings History], DetroitHockey.com, accessed October 5, 2007</ref><ref>[http://www.sportsecyclopedia.com/nhl/det/redwings.html Detroit Red Wings Historical Moments], SportsEcyclopedia.com, accessed October 5, 2007</ref><ref>[http://redwings.nhl.com/team/app/?service=page&page=NHLPage&bcid=his_default Detroit Red Wings Written History], Detroit Red Wings.com, accessed October 5, 2007</ref>.
   
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===Final Standings===
The Cougars finally moved into what would be their home for the next fifty years, Detroit's [[Olympia Stadium]]. Their also received a new coach and general manager in [[Jack Adams (coach)|Jack Adams]]. Adams made an immediate impact, picking up [[Reg Noble]] and quickly naming him [[Captain (ice hockey)|Captain]]. Detroit performed much better to start off the season and only finished two points out of a playoff spot.<ref>[http://www.detroithockey.net/history/ Red Wings History], DetroitHockey.com, accessed October 5, 2007</ref><ref>[http://www.sportsecyclopedia.com/nhl/det/redwings.html Detroit Red Wings Historical Moments], SportsEcyclopedia.com, accessed October 5, 2007</ref><ref>[http://redwings.nhl.com/team/app/?service=page&page=NHLPage&bcid=his_default Detroit Red Wings Written History], Detroit Red Wings.com, accessed October 5, 2007</ref>.
 
 
==Regular season==
 
===Season standings===
 
 
{{1927–28 NHL American Division standings |team=DET}}
 
{{1927–28 NHL American Division standings |team=DET}}
   
===Game log===
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===Game Log===
 
====November====
 
====November====
   
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==Playoffs==
 
==Playoffs==
 
*The Detroit Cougars did not qualify for the post season.
   
 
== Player Stats==
The Detroit Cougars failed to make the playoffs.
 
 
== Player stats==
 
 
===Skaters===
 
===Skaters===
<!-- IMPORTANT: RANK PLAYERS BY Points, then goals, then GP (fewer), then PIM (fewer), then +/- -->
 
 
 
''Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/- = Plus/minus; PIM = Penalty minutes''
 
''Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/- = Plus/minus; PIM = Penalty minutes''
   
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|- bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
 
|- bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
| [[George Hay (hockey)|George Hay]] || LW || 42 || 22 || 13 || 35 || 20 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
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| [[George Hay]] || LW || 42 || 22 || 13 || 35 || 20 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
 
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| [[Johnny Sheppard|John Sheppard]] || F || 43 || 10 || 10 || 20 || 40 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
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| [[Johnny Sheppard]] || F || 43 || 10 || 10 || 20 || 40 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
 
|- bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
 
|- bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
 
| [[Carson Cooper]] || RW || 44 || 15 || 2 || 17 || 32 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
 
| [[Carson Cooper]] || RW || 44 || 15 || 2 || 17 || 32 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
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| [[Frank Foyston]] || C || 24 || 7 || 2 || 9 || 16 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
 
| [[Frank Foyston]] || C || 24 || 7 || 2 || 9 || 16 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
 
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|- bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
| [[Jack Walker (ice hockey)|Jack Walker]] || F || 39 || 2 || 4 || 6 || 12 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
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| [[Jack Walker]] || F || 39 || 2 || 4 || 6 || 12 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
 
|- bgcolor="#e0e0e0"
 
|- bgcolor="#e0e0e0"
| [[Gord Fraser (ice hockey)|Gord Fraser]]<nowiki>*</nowiki> || D || 30 || 3 || 1 || 4 || 50 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
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| [[Gord Fraser]]<nowiki>*</nowiki> || D || 30 || 3 || 1 || 4 || 50 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
 
|- bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
 
|- bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
 
| [[Percy Traub]] || D || 44 || 3 || 1 || 4 || 78 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
 
| [[Percy Traub]] || D || 44 || 3 || 1 || 4 || 78 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
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| [[Clem Loughlin]] || D || 42 || 1 || 2 || 3 || 21 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
 
| [[Clem Loughlin]] || D || 42 || 1 || 2 || 3 || 21 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
 
|- bgcolor="#e0e0e0"
 
|- bgcolor="#e0e0e0"
| [[Stan Brown (ice hockey)|Stan Brown]] || D || 24 || 2 || 0 || 2 || 4 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
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| [[Stan Brown]] || D || 24 || 2 || 0 || 2 || 4 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
 
|- bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
 
|- bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
 
| [[Frank Sheppard]] || F || 4 || 1 || 1 || 2 || 0 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
 
| [[Frank Sheppard]] || F || 4 || 1 || 1 || 2 || 0 || -- || -- || -- || -- || --
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==Awards and records==
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==Awards and Records==
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*The Cougars did not receive any awards this season.
===Trophies and awards===
 
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===Records===
 
===Milestones===
 
 
==Transactions==
 
==Transactions==
 
The Cougars were involved in the following transactions during the 1926–27 season.
 
The Cougars were involved in the following transactions during the 1926–27 season.
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===Trades===
 
===Trades===
 
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===Free agents===
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{{hockey team player|no=15|name=[[Reg Noble|Noble]]}}•
 
{{hockey team player|no=15|name=[[Reg Noble|Noble]]}}•
   
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{{hockey team coach|title=Coach|name=[[Jack Adams (coach)|Jack Adams]] • [[Duke Keats]]}}
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{{hockey team coach|title=Coach|name=[[Jack Adams]] • [[Duke Keats]]}}
   
 
==Game Ads==
 
==Game Ads==
 
 
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27-28NHLDetroitGameAd.jpg
 
27-28NHLDetroitGameAd.jpg
 
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==See Also==
 
==See also==
 
 
*[[1927–28 NHL season]]
 
*[[1927–28 NHL season]]
   
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1927–28 Detroit Cougars · NHL
Division 4th American
1927–28 record 19–19–6
Home record 9–10–3
Road record 10–9–3
Goals for 88
Goals against 79
General Manager Jack Adams
Coach Jack Adams (33 games)
Duke Keats (11 games)
Captain Reg Noble
Arena Detroit Olympia
Average attendance 15,000
Team Leaders
Goals George Hay (22)
Assists George Hay (13)
Points George Hay (35)
Penalties in minutes Percy Traub (78)
Wins Hap Holmes (19)
Goals against average Hap Holmes (1.73)
← Seasons →
1926–27 1928–29

The 1927–28 Detroit Cougars season was the second season of the Detroit, Michigan National Hockey League (NHL) franchise. The Detroit Cougars scored 44 points, finishing fourth in the American Division and did not qualify for the playoffs.

Regular Season[edit | edit source]

The Cougars finally moved into what would be their home for the next fifty years, Detroit's Olympia Stadium. Their also received a new coach and general manager in Jack Adams. Adams made an immediate impact, picking up Reg Noble and quickly naming him Captain. Detroit performed much better to start off the season and only finished two points out of a playoff spot.[1][2][3].

Final Standings[edit | edit source]

American Division
GP W L T GF GA PTS
Boston Bruins 44 20 13 11 77 70 51
New York Rangers 44 19 16 9 94 79 47
Pittsburgh Pirates 44 19 17 8 67 76 46
Detroit Cougars 44 19 19 6 88 79 44
Chicago Black Hawks 44 7 34 3 68 134 17

Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against

Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.


Game Log[edit | edit source]

November[edit | edit source]

Record: 2–2–1; Home: 1–1–0; Road: 1–1–1

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Pts
1 November 15 Detroit 6 – 0 Pittsburgh 1–0–0 2
2 November 19 Detroit 2 – 5 Boston 1–1–0 2
3 November 22 Ottawa 2 – 1 Detroit 1–2–0 2
4 November 26 Detroit 0 – 0 Chicago OT 1–2–1 3
5 November 27 Mtl. Canadiens 0 – 2 Detroit 2–2–1 5

December[edit | edit source]

Record: 6–4–2; Home: 3–2–1; Road: 3–2–1

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Pts
6 December 1 Chicago 1 – 3 Detroit 3–2–1 7
7 December 4 NY Rangers 3 – 1 Detroit 3–3–1 7
8 December 8 NY Americans 1 – 2 Detroit 4–3–1 9
9 December 10 Detroit 4 – 1 Mtl. Maroons 5–3–1 11
10 December 11 Boston 2 – 1 Detroit OT 5–4–1 11
11 December 13 Detroit 1 – 6 Mtl. Canadiens 5–5–1 11
12 December 15 Detroit 2 – 1 NY Rangers 6–5–1 13
13 December 17 Detroit 1 – 0 Toronto OT 7–5–1 15
14 December 18 Pittsburgh 3 – 3 Detroit OT 7–5–2 16
15 December 27 Detroit 4 – 4 NY Americans OT 7–5–3 17
16 December 29 Mtl. Maroons 0 – 3 Detroit 8–5–3 19
17 December 31 Detroit 2 – 6 Ottawa 8–6–3 19

January[edit | edit source]

Record: 4–5–0; Home: 2–3–0; Road: 2–2–0

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Pts
18 January 3 Detroit 4 – 2 NY Rangers 9–6–3 21
19 January 5 Mtl. Canadiens 2 – 1 Detroit 9–7–3 21
20 January 7 Detroit 2 – 0 Pittsburgh 10–7–3 23
21 January 12 Toronto 2 – 1 Detroit 10–8–3 23
22 January 15 NY Rangers 2 – 1 Detroit 10–9–3 23
23 January 18 Detroit 0 – 2 Chicago 10–10–3 23
24 January 22 Boston 2 – 3 Detroit OT 11–10–3 25
25 January 26 Detroit 0 – 3 NY Rangers 11–11–3 25
26 January 29 Chicago 2 – 4 Detroit 12–11–3 27

February[edit | edit source]

Record: 1–4–3; Home: 0–2–2; Road: 1–2–1

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Pts
27 February 4 Detroit 0 – 2 Toronto 12–12–3 27
28 February 7 Detroit 2 – 4 Boston 12–13–3 27
29 February 9 Detroit 2 – 2 NY Americans OT 12–13–4 28
30 February 12 Pittsburgh 1 – 0 Detroit 12–14–4 28
31 February 16 Detroit 1 – 0 Mtl. Maroons 13–14–4 30
32 February 19 Chicago 2 – 1 Detroit 13–15–4 30
33 February 23 Ottawa 0 – 0 Detroit OT 13–15–5 31
34 February 26 NY Rangers 0 – 0 Detroit OT 13–15–6 32

March[edit | edit source]

Record: 6–4–0; Home: 3–2–0; Road: 3–2–0

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Pts
35 March 1 NY Americans 1 – 4 Detorit 14–15–6 34
36 March 3 Detroit 3 – 2 Pittsburgh 15–15–6 36
37 March 6 Toronto 1 – 3 Detroit 16–15–6 38
38 March 8 Mtl. Maroons 2 – 3 Detroit OT 16–16–6 38
39 March 10 Detroit 1 – 3 Ottawa 16–17–6 38
40 March 13 Detroit 0 – 3 Boston 16–18–6 38
41 March 15 Detroit 1 – 0 Mtl. Canadiens 17–18–6 40
42 March 17 Detroit 7 – 0 Chicago 18–18–6 42
43 March 18 Pittsburgh 0 – 1 Detroit 18–19–6 42
44 March 24 Boston 2 – 7 Detroit 19–19–6 44
  • Green background indicates win.
  • Red background indicates regulation loss.
  • Yellow background indicates tie.

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

  • The Detroit Cougars did not qualify for the post season.

Player Stats[edit | edit source]

Skaters[edit | edit source]

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/- = Plus/minus; PIM = Penalty minutes

    Regular season   Playoffs
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
George Hay LW 42 22 13 35 20 -- -- -- -- --
Johnny Sheppard F 43 10 10 20 40 -- -- -- -- --
Carson Cooper RW 44 15 2 17 32 -- -- -- -- --
Larry Aurie RW 44 13 3 16 43 -- -- -- -- --
Reg Noble F 44 6 8 14 63 -- -- -- -- --
Frank Foyston C 24 7 2 9 16 -- -- -- -- --
Jack Walker F 39 2 4 6 12 -- -- -- -- --
Gord Fraser* D 30 3 1 4 50 -- -- -- -- --
Percy Traub D 44 3 1 4 78 -- -- -- -- --
Pete Palangio LW 13 3 0 3 8 -- -- -- -- --
Clem Loughlin D 42 1 2 3 21 -- -- -- -- --
Stan Brown D 24 2 0 2 4 -- -- -- -- --
Frank Sheppard F 4 1 1 2 0 -- -- -- -- --
Gordon "Duke" Keats* C 5 0 2 2 6 -- -- -- -- --

*Stats reflect games played with Detroit only.

Goaltending[edit | edit source]

Note: GP = Games played; TOI = Time on ice (minutes); W = Wins; L = Losses; OTL = Overtime losses; GA = Goals against; SO = Shutouts; SV% = Save percentage; GAA = Goals against average

    Regular season   Playoffs
Player GP TOI W L T GA SO GAA GP TOI W L GA SO GAA
Hap Holmes 44 2740 19 19 6 79 11 1.73 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

Awards and Records[edit | edit source]

  • The Cougars did not receive any awards this season.

Transactions[edit | edit source]

The Cougars were involved in the following transactions during the 1926–27 season.

Trades[edit | edit source]

April 11, 1927 To Detroit Cougars
George Hay
Percy Traub
To Chicago Black Hawks
15,000 USD
May 22, 1927 To Detroit Cougars
Carson Cooper
To Boston Bruins
Cash
May 22, 1927 To Detroit Cougars
Harry Meeking
To Boston Bruins
Fred Gordon
October 4, 1927 To Detroit Cougars
Reg Noble
To Montreal Maroons
7,500 USD
October 10, 1927 To Detroit Cougars
Stan Brown
To New York Rangers
Archie Briden
Harry Meeking
December 16, 1927 To Detroit Cougars
Gord Fraser
To Chicago Black Hawks
Gordon "Duke" Keats
5,000 USD
February 13, 1928[4] To Detroit Cougars
Pete Palangio
Cash
To Montreal Canadiens
Stan Brown

Free Agents[edit | edit source]

Player signed Former team
F Frank Sheppard Detroit Greyhounds (AHA)
RW Larry Aurie London Panthers (Can-pro)

Roster[edit | edit source]

1927–28 Detroit Cougars Roster

Goaltenders:

1 Holmes •

Defensemen

2 Loughlin • 5 Fraser • 7 Brown • 14 Traub •

Forwards

4 Hay • 5 Keats • 6 Walker • 7 Palangio • 8 Cooper • 9 J. Sheppard • 10 F. Sheppard • 10 Foyston • 12 Aurie • 15 Noble •

General ManagerJack Adams •  CoachJack AdamsDuke Keats

Game Ads[edit | edit source]

See Also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Red Wings History, DetroitHockey.com, accessed October 5, 2007
  2. Detroit Red Wings Historical Moments, SportsEcyclopedia.com, accessed October 5, 2007
  3. Detroit Red Wings Written History, Detroit Red Wings.com, accessed October 5, 2007
  4. Pete Palangio's biography at Legends of Hockey Quote: "Loaned to Detroit by Montreal (Windsor-Can-Pro) with cash for Stan Brown, February 13, 1928."
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