Philadelphia Ramblers 1936
Canadian-American Hockey League Champions
Donnie Weir, Larry Molyneaux, Charlie Mason, Joe Cooper, Mac Colville, Vernon Ayres, Bert Gardiner, Bert Connelly, Danny Cox, Lloyd Roubell, Sammy McManus, Eddie Wares, Bobby Kirk.
Coach - Herb Gardiner
Manager - J. Connick
In 1935-36 the seven-year old Can-Am League Philadelphia Arrows were renamed the Ramblers when the franchise became the top farm club of the New York Rangers. With a 27-18-3 record that year it also became the final regular season champion of the stand alone Canadian-American Hockey League / C-AHL, but this time they also brought Philadelphia its first ever professional Hockey play-off title as well when 23-year old goalie Bert Gardiner shut-out of the Providence Reds on the road, 1-0, on April 7, 1936, to take the championship series (3-1) and capture the Frank Fontaine Cup.