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From 1937 to 1944, Oshawa Generals graduated 20 players to become NHL alumni, and another player in [[David Bauer (ice hockey)|David Bauer]], who would be inducted into the [[Hockey Hall of Fame]] in the Builder's Category. NHL alumni from 1937–1944 include; [[Frank Bennett]], [[Harvey Bennett (ice hockey b. 1925)|Harvey Bennett]], [[Les Colvin]], [[Jim Conacher]], [[Floyd Curry]], [[Buck Davies]], [[Bob Dawes]], [[Jim Drummond]], [[Frank Eddolls]], [[Bill Ezinicki]], [[Bep Guidolin|Armand (Bep) Guidolin]], [[Nick Knott]], [[Ted Lindsay]], [[Jud McAtee]], [[Norm McAtee]], [[Gus Mortson]], [[Chuck Scherza]], [[Ken Smith (ice hockey)|Ken Smith]], [[Billy Taylor (ice hockey b. 1919)|Billy "The Kid" Taylor]] and [[Wally Wilson (ice hockey)|Wally Wilson]].
 
From 1937 to 1944, Oshawa Generals graduated 20 players to become NHL alumni, and another player in [[David Bauer (ice hockey)|David Bauer]], who would be inducted into the [[Hockey Hall of Fame]] in the Builder's Category. NHL alumni from 1937–1944 include; [[Frank Bennett]], [[Harvey Bennett (ice hockey b. 1925)|Harvey Bennett]], [[Les Colvin]], [[Jim Conacher]], [[Floyd Curry]], [[Buck Davies]], [[Bob Dawes]], [[Jim Drummond]], [[Frank Eddolls]], [[Bill Ezinicki]], [[Bep Guidolin|Armand (Bep) Guidolin]], [[Nick Knott]], [[Ted Lindsay]], [[Jud McAtee]], [[Norm McAtee]], [[Gus Mortson]], [[Chuck Scherza]], [[Ken Smith (ice hockey)|Ken Smith]], [[Billy Taylor (ice hockey b. 1919)|Billy "The Kid" Taylor]] and [[Wally Wilson (ice hockey)|Wally Wilson]].
   
[[File:OshGenprog.jpg|thumb|157px|1953 program]]
 
 
[[File:Hamblyarenafire.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Hambly Arena]] on fire.]]
 
[[File:Hamblyarenafire.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Hambly Arena]] on fire.]]
 
 
===The fire (1953)===
 
===The fire (1953)===
 
{{main|Hambly Arena}}In September 1953 a great tragedy struck in Oshawa when [[Hambly Arena|Hambly's Arena]] burned down. The city and the team lost what had become greatly endeared to themselves; their memories, their arena, and their OHA team.
 
{{main|Hambly Arena}}In September 1953 a great tragedy struck in Oshawa when [[Hambly Arena|Hambly's Arena]] burned down. The city and the team lost what had become greatly endeared to themselves; their memories, their arena, and their OHA team.
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