Philadelphia Ramblers (EHL)

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The Philadelphia Ramblers were a minor professional ice hockey team based in the Philadelphia Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Ramblers played for nine seasons in the Eastern Hockey League from 1955 to 1964.[1] After the end of the 1963-64 season, the team relocated to Cherry Hill, New Jersey and were renamed the Jersey Devils[1] (not to be confused with the NHL team).

Former members of the EHL Ramblers included Ted Harris (1956–58), future Toronto Maple Leafs coach John Brophy and goalie Ross Brooks who was one of the oldest rookies in the NHL playing for the Boston Bruins in the early 1970s. Doug Adam both played and coached for the Ramblers.

Previously, another Philadelphia Ramblers team played in the American Hockey League from 1935 to 1941.

Season-by-season results[edit]

Season Games Won Lost Tied Points Goals
For
Goals
Against
1955-56 64 23 41 0 46 246 301
1956-57 64 34 27 3 71 277 233
1957-58 64 30 31 3 63 210 211
1958-59 64 30 33 1 61 215 237
1959-60 64 31 30 3 65 226 219
1960-61 64 32 28 4 68 227 278
1961-62 68 28 38 2 58 265 341
1962-63 68 29 36 3 61 287 304
1963-64 72 21 44 7 49 261 374

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Crossley, Andy. "1955-1964 Philadelphia Ramblers". http://www.funwhileitlasted.net. Retrieved 2 July 2014.  External link in |website= (help)


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