Douglas Patrick Adam - Born September 7, 1923 in toronto, Ontario – Died December 24, 2001 was a Canadian professional ice Hockey forward and coach.
Adam was a high scoring forward for the Tacoma Rockets from 1947 to 1953, and got a 4 game call up to the New York Rangers, with his debut on Feb. 2, 1950 (Rangers at Montreal Canadiens). Adam's scored 1 assist in the 4 games.
Adam also was 2nd in Eastern Hockey League / EHL scoring in 1956-57, playing for the Charlotte Clippers, where he scored 65 goals and and 49 assists in 63 games.
Adam would finish his pro Hockey career in the EHL, playing for the Philadelphia Ramblers from 1958 to 1961, while also being their playing coach on the team.
Adam became a head coach with the Rochester Americans of the AHL in 1971-72, but was replaced mid-season by team member Don Cherry.