1954-55 Chicago Black Hawks Roster

National Hockey League (NHL)
Team Record: 13-40-17 - 43 points
Finishing 6th in the NHL
Coach: Frank Eddolls (13-40-17)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
1954-55 Chicago Black Hawks Statistics
1954-55 Chicago Black Hawks Results

The Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League ended the 1954-55 season with a record of 13 wins and 40 losses and 17 ties for 43 points, finishing sixth in the NHL.

The Black Hawks scored 161 goals and yielded 235, most in the circuit. Red Sullivan netted 19 goals for Chicago and contributed 42 assists. Al Rollins topped the squad with 9 wins and a team-best 3.41 goals against average, pacing qualifying goaltenders.

Frank Eddolls coached the team.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight S/C Hometown
Hank BassenGDecember 6, 19325'10"180LCalgary, AB Canada
Pete ConacherLJuly 29, 19325'10"165LToronto, ON Canada
Dave CreightonCJune 24, 19306'1"195LPort Arthur, ON Canada
Lorne DavisRJuly 20, 19305'11"190RRegina, SK Canada
Al DewsburyDApril 12, 19266'2"202LGoderich, ON Canada
Lee FogolinDFebruary 27, 19265'11"195LFort William, ON Canada
Ray FrederickGJuly 31, 19296'0"154LFort Frances, ON Canada
Bill GadsbyDAugust 8, 19276'0"180LCalgary, AB Canada
Dick GambleLNovember 16, 19286'0"178LMoncton, NB Canada
Bob HassardCMarch 26, 19296'0"167RLloydminster, SK Canada
Ike HildebrandRMay 27, 19275'7"147RWinnipeg, MB Canada
Gord HollingworthDJuly 24, 19335'11"170LMontreal, QC Canada
Lou JankowskiRJune 27, 19316'0"180RRegina, SK Canada
Ed LitzenbergerRJuly 15, 19326'1"174RNeudorf, SK Canada
Frank MartinDMay 1, 19336'2"190LCayuga, ON Canada
Paul MasnickCApril 14, 19315'9"165RRegina, SK Canada
John McCormackCAugust 2, 19256'0"185LEdmonton, AB Canada
Jack McIntyreLSeptember 8, 19305'11"170LBrussels, ON Canada
Nick MickoskiLDecember 7, 19276'1"183LWinnipeg, MB Canada
Gus MortsonDJanuary 24, 19255'11"190LNew Liskeard, ON Canada
Bill MosienkoRNovember 2, 19215'8"160RWinnipeg, MB Canada
Metro PrystaiCNovember 7, 19275'8"155LYorkton, SK Canada
Al RollinsGOctober 9, 19266'2"175LVanguard, SK Canada
Allan StanleyDMarch 1, 19266'1"170LTimmins, ON Canada
Frank SullivanDJune 16, 19295'11"178RToronto, ON Canada
Red SullivanCDecember 24, 19295'11"155LPeterborough, ON Canada
Ray TimgrenLSeptember 29, 19285'9"150LWindsor, ON Canada
Jerry ToppazziniRJuly 29, 19316'0"180RCopper Cliff, ON Canada
Harry WatsonLMay 6, 19236'1"207LSaskatoon, SK Canada
Larry WilsonCOctober 23, 19305'11"160LKincardine, ON Canada


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