Elmer Lach facts for kids
Lach retired in 1954 as the league's all-time leading scorer, having played 664 regular season games, scoring 215 goals and 408 assists for 623 points, as well as 76 postseason games, where he scored 19 goals and 45 assists for 64 points. He was soon elected in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1966.
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The Broken Bone line: Maurice Richard, Elmer Lach and Tony Demers in 1942
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