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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]].
'''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]] 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 (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.
   
 
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.
   
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*{{hockeydb|23478}}
 
*{{hockeydb|23478}}
   

Latest revision as of 20:25, February 9, 2020

Charlie Langlois
Charlielanglois
Position Forward
Teams NHL
Pittsburgh Pirates
New York Americans
Hamilton Tigers
Montreal Canadiens
CAHL
Providence Reds
AHA
Duluth Hornets
Tulsa Oilers
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born August 25, 1894,
Lotbinière, Quebec
Died August 31 1965 (aged 71),
Sudbury, Ontario
Pro Career 1924 – 1932

Louis Charles "Charlie" Langlois (August 25, 1894 – August 31, 1965) was a Canadian professional hockey forward who played four seasons in the National Hockey League for the Hamilton Tigers, New York Americans, 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 Montreal Vickers from 1916-19. Langlois then moved to the senior Sudbury Wolves for five seasons.

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 for Lionel Conacher in 1927.

His last NHL experience was in 1927-28 when he was loaned to the Montreal Canadiens.

He played in 151 games and scored 22 goals and 5 assists.

Langlois retired in 1932 after playing four seasons in the minor pros.

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