Lake Shore Blue Devils / Kirkland Lake Blue Devils
Allan Cup Champions 1940
Northern Ontario Hockey Association / NOHA Senior Champions 1939 and 1940
Frank "Butch" Stahan, Bill Durnan, Bobby Walton, Johnny McCreedy, Stew Smith, Lex Cook, Paul McPhail, Joe Brown, Alec Duff, Ray Milton (captain), Al Campbell, Zeke Ferly, Mel Snowden, Hal Cooper, Jo Jo Graboski, Doug Boston, Blink Bellinger, Dick Kowcinak
Coach / Player - Lex Cook
Manager - C. C. "Doc" Ames
Trainer - Bill Lockhart
Mascot - Alec Staughton
Kirkland Lake Blue Devils beat Calgary Stampeders 3-0 on best of 5 series.
Kirkland Lake 8 Calgary 5
Kirkland Lake 9 Calgary 1
Kirkland Lake 7 Calgary 1
Competition in the Mine Leagues was tough, but Lake Shore Mine owner Harry Oakes wanted a hockey team worthy of winning the Allan Cup - a national trophy awarded to the national senior amateur men's hockey champions in Canada.
Lake Shore Mine manager E.W. Todd put together a solid management for the Kirkland Lake Blue Devils' 1939-40 season. With C.C. "Doc" Ames as manager, Lex Cook as player-coach, and their cast of all-star players, the team had a spectacular season.