Paul Goodman (ice Hockey)

Paul Goodman (ice Hockey)

Paul Goodman (February 25, 1905 – October 1, 1959) was a Canadian ice hockey goaltender who played three seasons in the NHL with the Chicago Black Hawks. Mike Karakas, the regular goaltender was injured and unable to play game 1 of the 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 became the first of only 2 teams (see 1949 Toronto) to win the Stanley Cup with a losing record. Chicago included Goodman name on the Stanley Cup in 1938 for his efforts.

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