Tommy Cook Cleveland Falcons 1936-1937

Cleveland Falcons 1936-37

Cleveland Falcons circa 1936-37

Cleveland Falcons
City: Cleveland, Ohio
League: International-American
Hockey League
Operated: 1934 to 1937
Home Arena: Elysium Arena
Franchise history
1929 to 1934: Cleveland Indians
1934 to 1937: Cleveland Falcons
1937 to 1973: Cleveland Barons
1973 to 1974: Jacksonville Barons

The Cleveland Falcons were a professional team in Cleveland, Ohio, that played home games in the Elysium Arena. The team was founded in 1929, as the Cleveland Indians as a member of the International Hockey League, where they played for five seasons, then reamed the Falcons. In 1936, the team transferred to the International-American Hockey League along with three other teams from from the International Hockey League. After playing the 1936–37 season in the new league, they were renamed the Cleveland Barons, for the 1937–38 season.

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Season Games WonLostTiedPoints Goals
1934–35 442023 1 401151324th, IHLL, 0-2, London
1935–36 482519 4 541491462nd, WestL, 1-3, Buffalo
1936–37 481327 8 341131523rd, Westout of playoffs

Falcons who played in the NHLEdit

External linksEdit

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.