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'''Adam "The Flying Scotsman" Brown''' (February 4, 1920, in [[Johnstone]], [[Scotland]] – August 9, 1960) was a [[Canadian]] [[ice hockey]] [[forward (ice hockey)|forward]]. He was raised in [[Canada]]. His son [[Andy Brown|Andy]] also played in the [[National Hockey League]] as a goaltender.
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'''Adam "The Flying Scotsman" Brown''' (February 4, 1920, in [[Johnstone]], [[Scotland]] – August 9, 1960) was a [[Canadian]] [[ice hockey]] [[forward (ice hockey)|forward]]. He was raised in [[Canada]]. His son [[Andy Brown|Andy]] also played in the [[National Hockey League]] as a goaltender.
   
Brown started his National Hockey League career with the [[Detroit Red Wings]] in [[1941–42 NHL season|1942]]. He would also play with the [[Chicago Blackhawks]] and [[Boston Bruins]]. He would leave the NHL after the [[1951–52 NHL season|1952 season]]. He won the [[Stanley Cup]] in [[1942–43 NHL season|1943]] with the [[Detroit Red Wings]].
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Brown started his National Hockey League career with the [[Detroit Red Wings]] in [[1941–42 NHL season|1942]]. He would also play with the [[Chicago Blackhawks]] and [[Boston Bruins]]. He would leave the NHL after the [[1951–52 NHL season|1952 season]]. He won the [[Stanley Cup]] in [[1942–43 NHL season|1943]] with the [[Detroit Red Wings]].
   
Brown retired in 1955.
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Brown retired in 1955.
   
 
He played in a total of 391 [[NHL]] games and scored 104 goals and 113 assists.
 
He played in a total of 391 [[NHL]] games and scored 104 goals and 113 assists.
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He died in a car accident on August 9, 1960.
 
He died in a car accident on August 9, 1960.
   
== External links ==
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== External Links ==
*{{hockeydb|603|Adam Brown}}
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*{{hockeydb|603}}
*{{legendsofhockey|12112|Adam Brown}}
 
   
 
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[[Category:Kansas City Mohawks players]]
 
[[Category:Kansas City Mohawks players]]
 
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[[Category:Born in 1920]]

Latest revision as of 15:29, 31 March 2020

Adam Brown
Adambrown.jpg
Position Left Wing
Shot Left
Height
Weight
5 ft 9 in (0 m)
175 lb (80 kg)
Teams Detroit Red Wings
Chicago Black Hawks
Boston Bruins
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born February 4, 1920(1920-02-04),
Johnstone, Scotland
Died August 09 1960 (aged 40),
Pro Career 1941 – 1952

Adam "The Flying Scotsman" Brown (February 4, 1920, in Johnstone, Scotland – August 9, 1960) was a Canadian ice hockey forward. He was raised in Canada. His son Andy also played in the National Hockey League as a goaltender.

Brown started his National Hockey League career with the Detroit Red Wings in 1942. He would also play with the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins. He would leave the NHL after the 1952 season. He won the Stanley Cup in 1943 with the Detroit Red Wings.

Brown retired in 1955.

He played in a total of 391 NHL games and scored 104 goals and 113 assists.

He died in a car accident on August 9, 1960.

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