1934-35 Chicago Black Hawks Game-by-Game Results

National Hockey League (NHL)
Team Record: 26-17-5 - 57 points
Finishing 2nd in the NHL's American Division
Postseason: 0-1-1
Lost NHL quarter-finals
Quarter-Finals - Lost to Montreal Maroons on Total Goals: 1-0 (Games: 1-0-1)
Coach: Clem Loughlin (26-17-5)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
1934-35 Chicago Black Hawks Statistics
1934-35 Chicago Black Hawks Roster

The Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League ended the 1934-35 season with a record of 26 wins and 17 losses and 5 ties for 57 points, finishing second in the NHL's American Division. The team compiled a postseason mark of 0-1-1.

The Black Hawks conceded 88 goals, the lowest total in the circuit. Chicago netted 118 goals. Johnny Gottselig scored 19 goals for the team, and Howie Morenz contributed 26 assists. Lorne Chabot earned 26 wins in front of the net for the squad and a team-best 1.80 goals against average, pacing regular goalies.

Clem Loughlin coached the team. The 1934-35 Chicago Black Hawks lost in the NHL quarter-finals.

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Regular Season Goals For: 118
Regular Season Goals Against: 88

Date Game Res Home Road Record
November 8, 1934 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at St. Louis Eagles 1 W 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0
November 15, 1934 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at Montreal Maroons 3 W 0-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0
November 18, 1934 Toronto Maple Leafs 5 at Chicago Black Hawks 0 L 0-1-0 2-0-0 2-1-0
November 22, 1934 St. Louis Eagles 0 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 W 1-1-0 2-0-0 3-1-0
November 25, 1934 Boston Bruins 0 at Chicago Black Hawks 4 W 2-1-0 2-0-0 4-1-0
November 27, 1934 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at Boston Bruins 2 W 2-1-0 3-0-0 5-1-0
November 29, 1934 Chicago Black Hawks 0 at New York Americans 2 L 2-1-0 3-1-0 5-2-0
December 2, 1934 New York Americans 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 2-2-0 3-1-0 5-3-0
December 9, 1934 New York Rangers 0 at Chicago Black Hawks 4 W 3-2-0 3-1-0 6-3-0
December 11, 1934 Detroit Red Wings 0 at Chicago Black Hawks 4 W 4-2-0 3-1-0 7-3-0
December 16, 1934 Montreal Maroons 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 3 W 5-2-0 3-1-0 8-3-0
December 18, 1934 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Montreal Canadiens 1 T 5-2-0 3-1-1 8-3-1 OT
December 20, 1934 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at New York Rangers 1 W 5-2-0 4-1-1 9-3-1
December 22, 1934 Chicago Black Hawks 0 at Toronto Maple Leafs 1 L 5-2-0 4-2-1 9-4-1
December 23, 1934 Montreal Canadiens 4 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 5-3-0 4-2-1 9-5-1
December 25, 1934 Chicago Black Hawks 2 at Detroit Red Wings 1 W 5-3-0 5-2-1 10-5-1
December 30, 1934 St. Louis Eagles 3 at Chicago Black Hawks 3 T 5-3-1 5-2-1 10-5-2 OT
January 1, 1935 Montreal Maroons 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 5-4-1 5-2-1 10-6-2 OT
January 5, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 6 at Boston Bruins 0 W 5-4-1 6-2-1 11-6-2
January 6, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 2 at New York Americans 1 W 5-4-1 7-2-1 12-6-2
January 8, 1935 Detroit Red Wings 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 5-5-1 7-2-1 12-7-2
January 10, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 0 at Montreal Maroons 4 L 5-5-1 7-3-1 12-8-2
January 12, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Toronto Maple Leafs 5 L 5-5-1 7-4-1 12-9-2
January 13, 1935 Boston Bruins 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 T 5-5-2 7-4-1 12-9-3 OT
January 15, 1935 Toronto Maple Leafs 3 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 L 5-6-2 7-4-1 12-10-3
January 17, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 5 at St. Louis Eagles 1 W 5-6-2 8-4-1 13-10-3
January 20, 1935 Toronto Maple Leafs 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 W 6-6-2 8-4-1 14-10-3
January 22, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 2 at New York Americans 0 W 6-6-2 9-4-1 15-10-3
January 24, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at New York Rangers 3 T 6-6-2 9-4-2 15-10-4 OT
January 27, 1935 St. Louis Eagles 3 at Chicago Black Hawks 5 W 7-6-2 9-4-2 16-10-4
February 3, 1935 New York Americans 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 3 W 8-6-2 9-4-2 17-10-4
February 5, 1935 Montreal Canadiens 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 4 W 9-6-2 9-4-2 18-10-4
February 7, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 0 at St. Louis Eagles 1 L 9-6-2 9-5-2 18-11-4 OT
February 10, 1935 New York Rangers 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 9-7-2 9-5-2 18-12-4
February 12, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 0 at Montreal Maroons 3 L 9-7-2 9-6-2 18-13-4
February 14, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at Detroit Red Wings 0 W 9-7-2 10-6-2 19-13-4
February 17, 1935 Boston Bruins 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 9-8-2 10-6-2 19-14-4
February 21, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at Montreal Canadiens 1 W 9-8-2 11-6-2 20-14-4
February 23, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Toronto Maple Leafs 4 L 9-8-2 11-7-2 20-15-4
February 24, 1935 Montreal Maroons 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 6 W 10-8-2 11-7-2 21-15-4
February 28, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Detroit Red Wings 5 L 10-8-2 11-8-2 21-16-4
March 3, 1935 Montreal Canadiens 0 at Chicago Black Hawks 3 W 11-8-2 11-8-2 22-16-4
March 5, 1935 New York Americans 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 5 W 12-8-2 11-8-2 23-16-4
March 10, 1935 New York Rangers 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 T 12-8-3 11-8-2 23-16-5 OT
March 14, 1935 Detroit Red Wings 4 at Chicago Black Hawks 3 L 12-9-3 11-8-2 23-17-5
March 16, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 5 at Boston Bruins 2 W 12-9-3 12-8-2 24-17-5
March 17, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 5 at New York Rangers 2 W 12-9-3 13-8-2 25-17-5
March 19, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at Montreal Canadiens 2 W 12-9-3 14-8-2 26-17-5
March 23, 1935 Chicago Black Hawks 0 at Montreal Maroons 0 T 0-0-0 0-0-1 0-0-1 OT
March 26, 1935 Montreal Maroons 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 0 L 0-1-0 0-0-1 0-1-1 OT


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