Paul Goodman
Position Goalie
5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
165 lb (75 kg)
Teams Chicago Black Hawks
Born February 25, 1905(1905-02-25),
Selkirk, MB, CAN
Died October 1 1959 (aged 54),
Pro Career 1935 – 1941

Paul Goodman (b. February 25, 1905 in Selkirk, Manitoba - d. October 1, 1959) was a Canadian ice hockey goaltender who played three seasons in the NHL with the Chicago Black Hawks.

He played for the senior Selkirk Fishermen from 1931 to 1935 and for the Wichita Skyhawks from 1935 to 1939.

Mike Karakas, the regular goaltender was injured and unable to play game 1 of the 1938 Stanley Cup Finals. Chicago used substitution goalie Alfie Moore. Moore won the game 3-1 over Toronto. Toronto then refused to let Moore play the next game, but agreed to allow Paul Goodman to play. Chicago lost 5-1 to Toronto. Karakas returned from injuries to win the next 2 games. Chicago included Goodman name on the Stanley Cup in 1938 for his efforts.

He returned to the Black Hawks to play 31 games in 1939-40 and 21 in 1940-41. Goodman retired in 1941.

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