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Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on June 6th, 2024

Reginald Francis "Frank" Carson - Born January 12, 1902 in Bracebridge, Ontario - Died April 21, 1957 in Crumlin, Ontario was a Canadian ice Hockey right winger and coach.

- J. Ross Robertson Cup Junior Champion 1921 with Stratford Midgets
Memorial Cup finalist 1921.

- J. Ross Robertson Cup Intermediate Champion 1923 with Stratford Indians

- Stanley Cup Champion 1926 with Montreal marooons.
- Prince of Wales Trophy Champion 1926 with Montreal Maroons, 1934 with Detroit Red Wings.

- Canadian Professional Hockey League / Can-Pro Champion 1928 with Stratford Nationals.

Carson Made his NHL debut with Montreal Maroons on January 30, 1926 vs Boston Bruins at Montreal Forum in a 5-0 Boston win.

Carson scored his 1st NHL goal vs Jake Forbes of the New York Americans at 8:25 of the 3rd period on March 11, 1926 at Montreal Forum in a 5-1 Maroons win.

Carson played in 248 regular season NHL games, scoring 42 goals (14 GWG), 48 assists with 170 penalty minutes and 22 NHL playoff games, having 2 assists with 9 penalty minutes.

Frank Carson later coached the Windsor Mic-Macs and Crumlin Flyers.

Frank Carson was inducted into the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame in 2004.

The NHL Detroit Falcons would become the Detroit Red Wings for the 1932-33 NHL season, and Frank Carson would score the Red Wings 1st ever goal vs Charlie Gardiner of Chicago Black Hawks at 12:00 of the 1st period on November 10, 1932 at Detroit Olympia in a 3-1 Detroit win. He scored Detroit's 2nd goal too, which was the game winner.


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