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| played_for = '''''[[National Hockey League|NHL]]''''' <br> [[Pittsburgh Pirates (NHL)|Pittsburgh Pirates]] <br> [[New York Americans]] <br> [[Hamilton Tigers (NHL)|Hamilton Tigers]] <br> [[Montreal Canadiens]] <br> '''''[[Canadian-American Hockey League|CAHL]]''''' <br> [[Providence Reds]] <br> '''''[[American Hockey Association (1926-42)|AHA]]''''' <br> [[Duluth Hornets]] <br> [[Tulsa Oilers]]
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| played_for = '''''[[National Hockey League|NHL]]''''' <br> [[Pittsburgh Pirates (NHL)|Pittsburgh Pirates]] <br> [[New York Americans]] <br> [[Hamilton Tigers]] <br> [[Montreal Canadiens]] <br> '''''[[Canadian-American Hockey League|CAHL]]''''' <br> [[Providence Reds]] <br> '''''[[American Hockey Association (1926-42)|AHA]]''''' <br> [[Duluth Hornets]] <br> [[Tulsa Oilers]]
 
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'''Louis Charles "Charlie" Langlois''' (August 25, 1894 – August 31, 1965) was a [[Canada|Canadian]] [[professional]] [[ice hockey|hockey]] forward who played four seasons in the [[National Hockey League]] for the [[Hamilton Tigers (NHL)|Hamilton Tigers]], [[New York Americans]], [[Pittsburgh Pirates (NHL)|Pittsburgh Pirates]] and [[Montreal Canadiens]]. He was born in [[Lotbinière]], [[Quebec]], [[Canada]].
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'''Louis Charles "Charlie" Langlois''' (August 25, 1894 – August 31, 1965) was a [[Canada|Canadian]] [[professional]] [[ice hockey|hockey]] forward who played four seasons in the [[National Hockey League]] for the [[Hamilton Tigers]], [[New York Americans]], [[Pittsburgh Pirates (NHL)|Pittsburgh Pirates]] and [[Montreal Canadiens]]. He was born in [[Lotbinière]], [[Quebec]], [[Canada]].
   
 
He played senior hockey in the [[Montreal City Hockey League]] with the [[Montreal Stars]], [[Montreal Lyalls]], [[Montreal Nationale]], and [[Canadian Vickers|Montreal Vickers]] from 1916-19. Langlois then moved to the senior [[Sudbury Wolves]] for five seasons.
 
He played senior hockey in the [[Montreal City Hockey League]] with the [[Montreal Stars]], [[Montreal Lyalls]], [[Montreal Nationale]], and [[Canadian Vickers|Montreal Vickers]] from 1916-19. Langlois then moved to the senior [[Sudbury Wolves]] for five seasons.
   
The [[Hamilton Tigers (NHL)|Hamilton Tigers]] of the [[NHL]] signed him as a free agent in 1924. In 1925 he moved along with the team to the [[New York Americans]]. He was traded to the [[Pittsburgh Pirates (NHL)|Pittsburgh Pirates]] for [[Lionel Conacher]] in 1927.
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The [[Hamilton Tigers]] of the [[NHL]] signed him as a free agent in 1924. In 1925 he moved along with the team to the [[New York Americans]]. He was traded to the [[Pittsburgh Pirates (NHL)|Pittsburgh Pirates]] for [[Lionel Conacher]] in 1927.
   
 
His last NHL experience was in 1927-28 when he was loaned to the [[Montreal Canadiens]].
 
His last NHL experience was in 1927-28 when he was loaned to the [[Montreal Canadiens]].
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Langlois retired in 1932 after playing four seasons in the minor pros.
 
Langlois retired in 1932 after playing four seasons in the minor pros.
   
==External Links==
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==External links==
 
*{{hockeydb|23478}}
 
*{{hockeydb|23478}}
   

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