- Joe Carveth
Joe Carveth first played in the NHL in 1941, playing 19 games for the
Detroit Red Wings. In 1942 He split the season between Detroit and the Indianapolis Capitolsof the AHL. In 1943 His Career took off when he played 43 games for Detroit and won His 1st Stanley Cupchampionship. He would play 3 more season for the Red Wings before being traded to the Boston Bruinsfor Roy Conacherin August, 1946. He played 2 years for Boston. After that He was traded to the Montreal Canadiensfor Jim Peters and John Quiltyon December 16, 1947. Carveth played 3 years for Montreal before being traded back to the Detroit Red Wingsfor Calum MacKayon November 11, 1949. His value to the Red Wings increased in the 1950 playoffs when Star forward Gordie Howewas lost to a serious eye injury. Carveth helped fill the breach and the Wings won their first Stanley Cupsince he was last victorious in 1943.
Carveth was demoted the following year, and although crushed he soldiered on in the minors before retiring in 1954.
Awards & Achievements
* [http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php3?pid=00012066 Career Stats]
* [http://www.hhof.com/html/exSCJ05_10.shtml Picture of Joe Carveth's Name on the 1950 Stanley Cup Plaque]
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