Omaha Knights - American Hockey Association Champions - 1942
Last Champions of the American Hockey Association and The Harry F. Sinclair Trophy.
The Omaha Knights defeated Kansas City Americans 3 games to 0
Johnny Holota, Bill Thomson, Bill Hudson, Jim Conacher, Ronnie Hudson, Phil Bessler, Harvey Raney, Lloyd "Red" Doran, Doug Verity, Hugh Millar, Norm McAtee, John "Cully" Simon, Terry McGuire,
Coach / Player - Happy Emms
The Omaha Knights were a minor league professional ice hockey team that played in Omaha, Nebraska. The Knights were members of the American Hockey Association from 1939 to 1942, until the team went on hiatus during World War II. The Knights returned to the ice, playing in the United States Hockey League from 1945 to 1951.
The most notable player for the organization was Hockey legend Gordie Howe.