Samuel McAdam - Born May 31, 1908 in Stirling, Scotland – Died December 29, 1976 in Vancouver, British Columbia was a Canadian professional ice Hockey forward.
McAdam moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba in his youth. He played junior with the Winnipeg Tammany Tigers in 1925-26 then joined the Elmwood Millionaires and the the city's Winnipeg CPR senior Hockey club.
In 1928-29 he scored ten goals as a rookie pro with the Vancouver Lions of the PCHL. He was a regular with the club until he was sent to the New York Rangers for cash in January, 1931.
McAdam went scoreless in his 5 game NHL stint with the Rangers, and finished the season with the Detroit Olympics of the International Hockey League / IHL, then the IHL Springfield Indians the following season.
McAdam went west and played in the North West Hockey League, which turned into the Western Hockey League. McAdam played for the Vancouver Lions - 1933-34, Seattle Sea Hawks - 1934-38, Spokane Clippers - 1938-39, Portland Buckaroos - 1939-40, Spokane Bombers - 1940-41, New Westminster Spitfires - 1941-42 and finished his career with Vancouver St. Regis 1942-44.