Springfield Indians, probably 1927-28 or 1928-29.
The Springfield Indians were a minor professional ice Hockey franchise, originally based in West Springfield, Massachusetts and later Springfield, Massachusetts.
The Indians had their start in the Canadian-American Hockey League in 1926. The "Can-Am," as it was called, was founded in Springfield and the Indians were one of the five initial franchises.
Notes from Frank Carroll during this time, list team members as: Bill Wilson (D), Dick Benson (LW), Cliff Barton (RW), Sammy MacAdam (C), Patsy Callighen (D), Ott Heller (G), George Heard (F), Wilfrid Starr (LW), Ted Saunders (RW), O. Heximer (LW), and Bud Jarvis (LW).
While another source states - "featured such fan favorites as Sparky Vail, Clucker Whyte, Deacon Waite, Buddy Maracle and goaltenders Abby Cox and Alfie Moore". That team won three Fontaine Cups under coach Frank Carroll.