|5 ft 8 in (0 m)|
175 lb (80 kg)
|Teams||Detroit Red Wings|
|Born||May 17, 1915,|
Perth, Ontario, CAN
|Died||February 23,2004 (age 88),|
|Pro Career||1935 – 1954|
Playing career[edit | edit source]
After playing several years in the minor pro leagues, Liscombe joine the Detroit Red Wings in 1937-38. Liscombe was a key member of the 1943 Stanley Cup champions, and scored 36 goals in the season. He enjoyed nine seasons with the Wings.
After 1945-46 Liscombe played in the American Hockey League. In 1947-48, while playing for the Providence Reds, he became the first pro player to exceed 100 points in a season. Liscombe scored 118 points in 68 games. In 1949, Liscombe helped the Providence Reds win the Calder Cup.
He died of complications from leukemia.
Awards & Achievements[edit | edit source]
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