Phantom Joe Malone (Ice Hockey)

January 31, 2012 by staff 

Phantom Joe Malone (Ice Hockey), Maurice Joseph “Phantom Joe” Malone (February 28, 1890 – May 15, 1969) was a professional ice hockey centre who played in the National Hockey Association and National Hockey League. He was notable for his scoring feats and his clean play. He scored the second-most career goals of any player in major hockey’s first half-century and is the only player in the history of the NHL to score seven goals in a single game.

Malone broke in at the age of 19 for the Quebec Bulldogs of the Eastern Canada Hockey Association in the 1909 season, scoring eight goals in 12 games. The next season the NHA formed, but Quebec was left out of the loop, so he played for Waterloo in the Ontario Professional Hockey League. Rejoining Quebec in 1911, he was named the team captain and so served for the Bulldogs’ seven NHA seasons.

Centering linemates such as Eddie Oatman and Tommy Marks, he led the Bulldogs to the Stanley Cups in 1912 and 1913 – rampaging for a career-best nine goals in a Cup match against Sydney – while recording remarkable scoring marks of 43 goals in 20 games in 1913. His brother Jeff Malone was also played for Quebec in 1913 when they won the Stanley Cup. In 1917 Joe scored 41 goals in 19 games for Quebec.

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