Black jack stewart hockey
Talk:Jack Stewart (ice hockey) Jack Stewart (ice hockey) has been that Hockey Hall of Fame defenceman "Black Jack" Stewart quipped that his stick was not for. Find Jack Stewart stats, teams, height, weight, Position: Defenseman. John Sherratt "Black Jack" Stewart (May 6, , in Pilot Mound, Manitoba, Canada – May 25, ) was a Canadian professional Defenceman who played for the Detroit.
Jack Stewart (ice hockey)
Instead, Jack had the disc removed and after completing what Black Hawks' team doctors described as a "most remarkable" recovery, he opted to continue his career and signed with Chicago for the —52 season. I was quite happy to to find even the small bit I did about his father. Please take a moment to review my edit. His job was defence and everybody in the league knew it. Stewart scored one goal, added two assists and had 35 penalty minutes in ten playoff games.
Talk:Jack Stewart (ice hockey)
Prose An article with a high standard of prose, there are a small number of minor issues. One or two may be accounted for by national varieties of English , just let me know if this is the case.
All of the above should be resolved. Could anything be added? Could more detail be added to the other four seasons? After the war he played a further seven seasons in the NHL, it looks like the last two are adequately covered, but those first 5 seem to be a bit light on content. I've added a little more, but this is the challenge that led me to hesitate on this nomination for so long as this is often a challenge with defensive defenceman.
They tend to be the quiet, steady, unheralded types. Most of the sources I have pretty much gloss over those years. Is there any information you could add about family history e. This has likewise been a frustration for me. I was quite happy to to find even the small bit I did about his father. And yes, he was married.
The referenced story mentioned he was a widower, which I have added, but alas, no names. Seems it was my typo. I think the Manitoba HOF simply forgot about there. Perhaps it can be added. This hall of fame seems to have been discontinued after which is why I struggled to find much in the way of info about it. Seems it was simply for returning at all. I came across another source that might help clarify. I did remove the played two games bit, even though the new source also says the same, as it is logically inconsistent.
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Pershing's great-great-grandfather, Frederick Pershing, whose name originally was Pfersching, emigrated from Alsace , leaving Amsterdam on the ship Jacob, and arriving in Philadelphia on October 2, Pershing's mother was of English descent. He also had five siblings: Pershing attended a school in Laclede that was reserved for precocious students who were also the children of prominent citizens.
Completing high school in , he became a teacher of local African American children. While pursuing his teaching career, Pershing also studied at the State Normal School now Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri , from which he graduated in with a bachelor of science degree in scientific didactics. Pershing later admitted that serving in the military was secondary to attending West Point, and he had applied because the education offered was better than that obtainable in rural Missouri.
West Point years[ edit ] Pershing as a cadet in Pershing was sworn in as a West Point cadet in the fall of Grant as it passed West Point in August While serving in the 6th Cavalry, Pershing participated in several Indian campaigns and was cited for bravery for actions against the Apache.
During his time at Fort Stanton , Pershing and close friends Lt. Julius Penn and Lt. Paddock were nicknamed "The Three Green P's," spending their leisure time hunting and attending Hispanic dances. Pershing's sister Grace married Paddock in He also became an expert marksman and, in , was rated second in pistol and fifth in rifle out of all soldiers in the U. Though he and his unit did not participate in the Wounded Knee Massacre , they did fight three days after it on January 1, when Sioux warriors attacked the 6th Cavalry's supply wagons.
When the Sioux began firing at the wagons, Pershing and his troops heard the shots, and rode more than six miles to the location of the attack. The cavalry fired at the forces of Chief War Eagle, causing them to retreat.