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'''Jim Conacher''' (born May 5, [[1921]]) is a retired [[Canadian]] [[ice hockey]] [[forward (ice hockey)|forward]]. Although born in [[Scotland]], he grew up in [[Toronto]]. Jim was '''not''' related to the other Coanchers, such as brothers [[Lionel Conacher|Lionel]] and [[Charlie Conacher]].
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'''Jim Conacher''' (born May 5, [[1921]]) is a retired [[Canadian]] [[ice hockey]] [[forward (ice hockey)|forward]]. Although born in [[Scotland]], he grew up in [[Toronto]]. Jim was '''not''' to the other Coanchers, such as brothers [[Lionel Conacher|Lionel]] and [[Charlie Conacher]].
   
 
Conacher started his [[National Hockey League]] career with the [[Detroit Red Wings]]. He went on to play with the [[New York Rangers]] and [[Chicago Blackhawks|Chicago Black Hawks]]. Conacher recorded 85 goals and 117 assists for 202 points in 328 career NHL games.
 
Conacher started his [[National Hockey League]] career with the [[Detroit Red Wings]]. He went on to play with the [[New York Rangers]] and [[Chicago Blackhawks|Chicago Black Hawks]]. Conacher recorded 85 goals and 117 assists for 202 points in 328 career NHL games.

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