McDonnell would make a name for himself in the American Amateur Hockey League (AAHL) in New York City. He played for the New York Crescents, New York Irish Americans and the New York Hockey Club between 1909 and 1916. He served during World War I for the next three years and was signed as a free agent by the Hamilton Tigers in December 1920. He retired after his first NHL season.
National Hockey League - Regular Season
- Note: GP = Games played, G = Goals, A = Assists, PTS = Points, PIM = Penalties In Minutes
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Awards and AccomplishmentsEdit
- AAHL First All-Star Team (1914, 1915)
- AAHL Second All-Star Team (1916)
After the NHLEdit
Not much is known about McDonnell (spelled MacDonell in US Immigration documents) except that he and his wife, Dorothy, lived in New York City, where Moylan was employed at the Federal Reserve Bank at least through 1942.
- Moylan McDonnell's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
- Moylan McDonnell's biography at Legends of Hockey
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