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Alfie Moore

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NUMBER: 1 BIRTHDATE: December 1, 1905
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: Toronto, ON, Canada
Catches: Right
IAHL Second All-Star Team (1939) Signed as a free agent by Chicago Cardinals (AHA), January 30, 1927. Signed as a free agent by Kitchener (Can-Pro), October 27, 1927. Transferred to Toronto (IHL) after Kitchener (Can-Pro) franchise relocated, September, 1929. Traded to Cleveland (IHL) by Toronto (IHL) for Winton Fisher, October 18, 1929. Claimed by NY Rangers from Cleveland (IHL) in Inter-League Draft, April 15, 1930. Loaned to Springfield (Can-Am) by NY Rangers for cash, October, 1930. Traded to Cleveland (IHL) by NY Rangers after Springfield (Can-Am) folded, December 18, 1932. Signed as a free agent by New Haven (Can-Am), October, 1933. Traded to NY Americans by New Haven (IAHL) for Lloyd Jackson and cash, November, 1936. Recorded a shutout (4-0) in NHL debut vs. Montreal , January 30, 1937. Loaned to Chicago by NY Americans (Pittsburgh-IAHL) to replace injured Mike Karakas for game one of Stanley Cup Finals, April 5, 1938 (Chicago 3, Toronto 1). Traded to Detroit by NY Americans for cash, November 7, 1939. Promoted to Detroit by Indianapolis (IAHL) to replace injured Tiny Thompson, January 9, 1940. (Boston 3, Detroit 1). Traded to Buffalo (AHL) by Philadelphia (AHL) for the loan of Clarence Drouillard, February 13, 1942. Traded to Pittsburgh (AHL) by Buffalo (AHL) for cash, October 13, 1942.
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