Clement Joseph Loughlin (November 15, 1892 in Carroll, Manitoba – January 28, 1977) was a defenceman who played hockey for the Portland Rosebuds and Victoria Cougars of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association and the Western Canada Hockey League and the Detroit Cougars and Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League.

Loughlin played for the senior Winnipeg Monarchs and Winnipeg Strathconas from 1910–1916, winning the Allan Cup in 1915. He then turned pro with the Portland Rosebuds for two seasons (1916-17 & 1917-18).

He then played with the Victoria Aristocrats and the Victoria Cougars for eight seasons. He was Captain when the Victoria Cougars won the Stanley Cup in 1925.

When the Western Canada Hockey League folded in 1926, the Victoria Cougars were sold to Detroit and became the Detroit Cougars. Loughlin followed and became the first captain of the team.

Loughlin stayed with the Detoit team for two seasons (1926-27 & 1927-28) and one with the Chicago Black Hawks (1928–29). He then played three seasons of minor pro before retiring in 1932.

Loughlin also coached the Black Hawks for three seasons starting with the 1934–35 season.

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Chicago Blackhawks Head Coaches
Muldoon Stanley Lehman Gardiner Irvin Shaughnessy Tobin Iverson Matheson Gorman Loughlin Stewart Thompson Gottselig Conacher Goodfellow Abel Eddolls Ivan Pilous Reay White Pulford Johnston Magnuson Pulford Tessier Pulford Murdoch Keenan D. Sutter Hartsburg Graham Molleken Pulford Suhonen B. Sutter Yawney Savard Quenneville Colliton

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