Harold Carlyle Liscombe (Born May 17, 1915 in Perth, Ontario – Died February 24, 2004 in Wailuku, Hawaii) was a professional Ice Hockey player.
Liscombe played for the Detroit Red Wings in the National Hockey League from 1937 to 1946.
Liscombe scored 137 goals in his nine-year NHL career - all with Detroit.
Liscombe was a key member of the 1943 Stanley Cup champions. Liscombe scored 19 goals and had 23 assists for 42 points in the regular season, then turned up the heat in the playoffs with a team-high six goals (tied with Joe Carveth) and a team-leading 14 points as the Wings won the Cup with a 4-0 sweep of the Boston Bruins in the Finals. He shares the team record for most goals in a playoff game and most points in a game.
Liscombe was the first pro Hockey player to record 100 points in a season.
Liscombe also played for the Detroit Olympics 1935-36, Pittsburgh Hornets 1936-37, Indianapolis Capitals 1939-40, St. Louis Flyers-Providence Reds 19446-47, Providence Reds 1947 to 1950, Detroit Auto Club-Sarnia 1950-51, Detroit Hettche 1951-52 and the Hamilton Tigers 1953-54.
At age 31, Liscombe was sold to St. Louis of the AHL on Aug. 17, 1946, and continued to light the lamp in the minors for several seasons. Liscombe scored 50 and 55 goals in successive seasons (1947-48, '48-49) for the Providence Reds of the AHL.
Liscombe helped the Providence Reds win the 1949 Calder Cup.
1948 AHL Les Cunningham Award
1948 AHL John B. Sollenberger Trophy
1949 AHL Les Cunningham Award