- Toledo Blades
:"This article is about the hockey team, for the Toledo Blade newspaper, see
The Blade (newspaper).The Toledo Blades were the International Hockey League franchise of Toledo, Ohiofrom 1963to 1970. The team name was changed to the Hornets in 1970,
and to the Goaldiggers in
1974. The storied franchise left Toledo after the 1985–86 season for Kansas City, where they again became the Blades. The Blades were the Regular Season Champions in 1963–1964, with 86 points and were awarded the Fred A. Huber Trophy.
The Blades won the
Turner CupChampionships in 1964and 1967.
The Rookie of the Year Trophy was awarded to Blades players, in both 1964 and 1965. Don Westbrook in 1964 and Bob Thomas in 1965.
Blades goaltender, Glenn Ramsay, won the
James Norris Memorial Trophy IHLfor the least goals against during the 1963–1964 regular season, his third Norris Trophy in a row. Glenn also won his sixth and final James Norris Memorial Trophy IHLin 1967.
1965, team captain, William "Chick" Chalmers, was awarded the James Gatschene Memorial Trophy, for the player voted most valuable through his display of outstanding playing ability and sportsmanlike conduct over the course of the regular season by the league coaches.
* [http://www.azhockey.com/To.htm A to Z Encyclopaedia of Ice Hockey]
* [http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/teamseasons.php?tid=311 D B Toledo Blades Yearly Stats]
* [http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/ttotdisplay.php?tid=311 D B Toledo Blades Cumulative Roster]
* [http://www.geocities.com/prosportshistory/ihlhistory.html IHL Franchise and Championship Information]
* [http://www.officialgamepuck.com/International%20Hockey%20League/Three%20Star%20Shield.htm Blades Game Pucks]
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