1936-37 Chicago Black Hawks Game-by-Game Results

National Hockey League (NHL)
Team Record: 14-27-7 - 35 points
Finishing 4th in the NHL's American Division
Coach: Clem Loughlin (14-27-7)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
1936-37 Chicago Black Hawks Statistics
1936-37 Chicago Black Hawks Roster

The Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League ended the 1936-37 season with a record of 14 wins and 27 losses and 7 ties for 35 points, finishing fourth in the NHL's American Division.

The Black Hawks potted 99 goals, worst in the circuit and allowed 131. Paul Thompson scored 17 goals for Chicago, while Johnny Gottselig accounted for 21 assists. Mike Karakas topped the squad with 14 wins and a team-best 2.64 goals against average, pacing goalies with significant playing time.

Clem Loughlin coached the team.

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Regular Season Goals For: 99
Regular Season Goals Against: 131

Date Game Res Home Road Record
November 5, 1936 New York Americans 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 T 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-1 OT
November 12, 1936 Chicago Black Hawks 0 at New York Americans 0 T 0-0-1 0-0-1 0-0-2 OT
November 14, 1936 Chicago Black Hawks 2 at Toronto Maple Leafs 6 L 0-0-1 0-1-1 0-1-2
November 15, 1936 Toronto Maple Leafs 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 T 0-0-2 0-1-1 0-1-3 OT
November 19, 1936 Montreal Maroons 4 at Chicago Black Hawks 0 L 0-1-2 0-1-1 0-2-3
November 22, 1936 Boston Bruins 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 0-2-2 0-1-1 0-3-3
November 24, 1936 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Boston Bruins 1 T 0-2-2 0-1-2 0-3-4 OT
November 26, 1936 Chicago Black Hawks 2 at Detroit Red Wings 0 W 0-2-2 1-1-2 1-3-4
November 29, 1936 Montreal Canadiens 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 0-3-2 1-1-2 1-4-4
December 6, 1936 New York Rangers 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 0-4-2 1-1-2 1-5-4
December 8, 1936 Chicago Black Hawks 0 at New York Rangers 0 T 0-4-2 1-1-3 1-5-5 OT
December 10, 1936 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Montreal Maroons 2 L 0-4-2 1-2-3 1-6-5
December 13, 1936 Detroit Red Wings 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 0-5-2 1-2-3 1-7-5 OT
December 20, 1936 New York Americans 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 W 1-5-2 1-2-3 2-7-5
December 22, 1936 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Montreal Canadiens 4 L 1-5-2 1-3-3 2-8-5
December 25, 1936 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Detroit Red Wings 1 T 1-5-2 1-3-4 2-8-6 OT
December 27, 1936 Chicago Black Hawks 0 at New York Rangers 1 L 1-5-2 1-4-4 2-9-6
December 29, 1936 Montreal Canadiens 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 5 W 2-5-2 1-4-4 3-9-6
January 1, 1937 Detroit Red Wings 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 4 W 3-5-2 1-4-4 4-9-6
January 3, 1937 Montreal Maroons 3 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 3-6-2 1-4-4 4-10-6
January 7, 1937 Boston Bruins 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 0 L 3-7-2 1-4-4 4-11-6
January 10, 1937 Toronto Maple Leafs 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 W 4-7-2 1-4-4 5-11-6
January 12, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at Boston Bruins 2 W 4-7-2 2-4-4 6-11-6
January 14, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at Montreal Maroons 7 L 4-7-2 2-5-4 6-12-6
January 16, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 2 at Toronto Maple Leafs 3 L 4-7-2 2-6-4 6-13-6 OT
January 17, 1937 Detroit Red Wings 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 0 L 4-8-2 2-6-4 6-14-6
January 19, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 2 at Detroit Red Wings 7 L 4-8-2 2-7-4 6-15-6
January 21, 1937 New York Rangers 0 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 W 5-8-2 2-7-4 7-15-6
January 24, 1937 Montreal Canadiens 4 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 5-9-2 2-7-4 7-16-6
January 26, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 9 at New York Americans 0 W 5-9-2 3-7-4 8-16-6
January 28, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 5 at Montreal Canadiens 6 L 5-9-2 3-8-4 8-17-6
January 31, 1937 Montreal Maroons 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 5-10-2 3-8-4 8-18-6
February 7, 1937 New York Americans 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 5 W 6-10-2 3-8-4 9-18-6
February 11, 1937 New York Rangers 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 5 W 7-10-2 3-8-4 10-18-6
February 14, 1937 Boston Bruins 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 7-11-2 3-8-4 10-19-6
February 18, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at New York Rangers 2 L 7-11-2 3-9-4 10-20-6 OT
February 20, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Montreal Maroons 6 L 7-11-2 3-10-4 10-21-6
February 21, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 0 at Detroit Red Wings 6 L 7-11-2 3-11-4 10-22-6
February 25, 1937 Detroit Red Wings 3 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 7-12-2 3-11-4 10-23-6
February 28, 1937 New York Rangers 3 at Chicago Black Hawks 4 W 8-12-2 3-11-4 11-23-6
March 2, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at Boston Bruins 2 W 8-12-2 4-11-4 12-23-6
March 4, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 5 at Montreal Canadiens 3 W 8-12-2 5-11-4 13-23-6
March 7, 1937 Toronto Maple Leafs 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 T 8-12-3 5-11-4 13-23-7 OT
March 11, 1937 Boston Bruins 6 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 L 8-13-3 5-11-4 13-24-7
March 13, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 2 at Toronto Maple Leafs 3 L 8-13-3 5-12-4 13-25-7
March 16, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at New York Rangers 3 W 8-13-3 6-12-4 14-25-7
March 18, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at New York Americans 9 L 8-13-3 6-13-4 14-26-7
March 21, 1937 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Boston Bruins 6 L 8-13-3 6-14-4 14-27-7


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