St. Louis Eagles 1934
National Hockey League
Front Row L to R - Abbie Cox, Frank Finnigan, Glen Brydson, Carl Voss, Bud Cook, Syd Howe, Des Roche, Bill Cowley, Mickey Blake.
Back Row - Eddie Gerard (coach), Earl Roche, Walter "Jeff" Kalbfleisch, Gerry Shannon, Max Kaminsky, Irv Frew, Burr Williams, Vernon Ayres, Scotty Bowman, Bill Beveridge.
The 1934–35 St. Louis Eagles season was the Eagles' only season in the National Hockey League (NHL). The Eagles finished last in the Canadian Division and did not qualify for the playoffs. The team made a coaching change, replacing Eddie Gerard after a 2–11 start, with Buck Boucher, who could not turn the team around.
The Ottawa Senators relocated their NHL franchise and players to St. Louis in the summer of 1934 due to financial losses in Ottawa. Despite good attendance at the St. Louis Arena, the Eagles would have financial problems, due to travel costs.