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Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on September 8th, 2023

Matthew Lamont "Mac" Colville - Born January 8, 1916 in Edmonton, Alberta – Died May 27, 2003 in Calgary, Alberta was a Canadian ice Hockey right winger and coach.

- Abbott Cup Champion 1934 with Edmonton Athletic Club
Memorial Cup finalist 1934.

- Stanley Cup Champion 1940 with New York Rangers

- Prince of Wales Trophy Champion 1942 with New York Rangers

- Allan Cup Champion 1943 with Ottawa Commandos.
- Quebec Senior Hockey League Champion 1943 with Ottawa Commandos.

- Phil Henderson Cup (President's Cup / Lester Patrick Cup) Champion 1948 as player/coach of Vancouver Canucks.

Mac Colville made his NHL debut with the New York Rangers on January 28, 1936 vs Montreal Canadiens at Madison Square Garden in a 3-2 Rangers win.

Mac Colville scored his 1st NHL goal vs Normie Smith of the Detroit Red Wings at 16:25 of the 3rd period on February 27, 1936 at Detroit Olympia in a 4-2 Detroit win.

Mac Colville played 353 NHL regular season games, scoring 71 goals (15 GWG / 3 OTG), and 40 NHL playoff games, scoring 9 goals, 10 assists.


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