Tommy Gorman

Thomas Patrick Gorman
Born: June 9, 1886
Ottawa, ON Canada
Deceased: May 15, 1961
Coaching Career: 1925-1937
Elected to Hockey Hall of Fame in 1963.

Tommy Gorman compiled a record of 133 wins and 132 losses and 62 ties in his coaching career with the New York Americans, Chicago Black Hawks and Montreal Maroons. He began coaching during the 1925 season and last coached during the 1937 campaign. Gorman was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1963.

Coaching Record:

Regular Season Playoffs
Season League Team G W L T OTL Pts Pts% Win% G W L Win%
1925-26NHLNew York Americans3612204040.370.389
1928-29NHLNew York Americans44191312069.523.568 201.250
1932-33NHLChicago Black Hawks258116030.400.440
1933-34NHLChicago Black Hawks48201711071.493.531 861.813
1934-35NHLMontreal Maroons4824195077.535.552 750.857
1935-36NHLMontreal Maroons48221610076.528.563 303.000
1936-37NHLMontreal Maroons4822179075.521.552 523.400
1937-38NHLMontreal Maroons306195023.256.283
Totals327133132620461.470.502 25138.600


1935 - Second Team All-Star