Lorne Carr
Position right winger
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Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born July 2, 1910,
Stoughton, Saskatchewan, Canada
Died June 9,2007 (age 96),
Pro Career {{{career_start}}} – present

Lorne William Bell Carr (July 2, 1910 – June 9, 2007) was a professional player in the National Hockey League.

Profession careerEdit

Carr began his career in 1930 with the Vancouver Lions of the Pacific Coast Hockey League. He next played for the Buffalo Bisons of the International Hockey League. In 1934 Carr signed with the New York Rangers. After one season with the Rangers, Carr signed with the rival New York Americans, with whom he played for the following seven seasons.

In 1941, Carr was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs for Red Heron, Nick Knott, Gus Marker and cash. It was with Toronto that he enjoyed his most success as a player. In 1942 he won his first Stanley Cup Championship, when his team, down three games to zero, won four straight against the Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Final, winning the championship. Carr played another four seasons with the Maple Leafs, winning a second Stanley Cup Championship in 1945. He ended his playing career after the 1946 season.

He was an NHL first team all star right winger in 1942-43 and 1943-44.

Following his retirement, Carr moved to Calgary and opened the Amylorne Motel. .

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