Corbett Charles "Corb" Denneny (January 25, 1894 – January 16, 1963) was a Canadian professional forward who played professionally from 1912 to 1931, including nine seasons in the National Hockey League for the Toronto Arenas, Toronto St. Pats, Hamilton Tigers and Chicago Black Hawks. Corbett also played for the Vancouver Maroons of the PCHA and the Saskatoon Sheiks of WCHL. He twice won the Stanley Cup with Toronto (1918 and 1922).
Personal Life[edit | edit source]
Playing Career[edit | edit source]
Corbett Denneny, first played professional ice hockey for the Cobalt McKinley Mines of the Cobalt Mining Hockey League, playing two seasons from 1912 to 1914. He then joined the Toronto Ontarios of the National Hockey Association for their 1914–15 season. He then played one season and part of the 1916–17 season for the Toronto Blueshirts before being traded to the Ottawa Senators where he would play with his brother Cy. He returned to Toronto for the 1917–18 NHL season playing for the "Torontos". He stayed with the organization as it changed to the "Toronto Arenas" and "Toronto St. Patricks", and was a member of two Stanley Cup winners, in 1918 and 1922. After the 1922 Cup win he was traded to the Vancouver Maroons of the Pacific Coast league and played in the 1923 Stanley Cup playoffs against the Ottawa Senators and his brother Cy, won by the Senators. In the 1923–24 season, he returned to Toronto and was traded to the Hamilton Tigers for whom he played for one season. After that season he was picked up by the Saskatoon Sheiks and played in the final two WHL seasons. After the WHL folded he played for the Sheiks in the Prairie Hockey League until he was traded to Toronto and played for the St. Patricks in the season they became the Toronto Maple Leafs. He was returned to the Sheiks when the trade was not completed and finished the season with the Sheiks. The following season, he was traded to the Chicago Black Hawks, and traded back to the Sheiks. It was his last games in the NHL. He would play three more seasons with the Minneapolis Millers, Newark Bulldogs and Chicago Shamrocks, retiring after the 1930–31 season.
Career Statistics[edit | edit source]
|1919–20||Toronto St. Patricks||NHL||23||24||12||36||20||--||--||--||--||--|
|1920–21||Toronto St. Patricks||NHL||20||19||7||26||29||2||0||0||0||4|
|1921–22||Toronto St. Patricks||NHL||24||19||9||28||28||7||4||2||6||2|
|1922–23||Toronto St. Patricks||NHL||1||1||0||1||0||--||--||--||--||--|
|1926–27||Toronto Maple Leafs||NHL||29||7||1||8||24||--||--||--||--||--|
|1927–28||Chicago Black Hawks||NHL||18||5||0||5||12||--||--||--||--||--|
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