Coulter, ArtDate of Death: 2000-10-14
Date of Birth: 1909-05-31
* Honoured Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame
Born in Winnipeg, he played his minor hockey in Winnipeg with the Pilgrim club and left the city in 1927 after one season of junior. He became a pro in 1929 with Philadelphia and entered the NHL with Chicago in 1931-32. He helped Chicago win the 1934 Stanley Cup. He made the Second NHL All-Star Team in 1935, but in mid-season the following year he was traded to the New York Rangers. Coulter was selected to the Second All-Star Team three more times and captained the Rangers to their 1940 Stanley Cup victory. After two more seasons, Art entered the Canadian Armed Forces in World War II; this ended his pro career.