Carl Williams a.k.a. “Buzz Williams”Clarkson Univ. / NCAA – 29/30
Player FactsUpdate Profile Date of BirthDec 25, 1906 PositionCA geHeight- / -Place of BirthCarleton Place, ON, CAN Weight- / -NationCanada
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PLAYER CAREER TOTALS
It was February of 1923, and over 1200 people jammed the Carleton Place Arena, as Carleton Place toppled them by 3-1. Arnprior unleashed a terrific attack, but Carleton Place fought back and maintained a terrific bombardment on the visitors nets. It was because of a beautiful combination effort on the part of Squirrel Arters and Buzz Williams, withBuzz passing to Arters at the goal mouth.
It was the largest crowd ever packed into the local Carleton Place arena, with Arnprior bringing down a large number of supporters with a special train having been chartered for the event. The first period unfolded a sensational battle with each goalie being called on to make many saves. However, Carleton Place exhibited a wonderful fame in the second period. Buzz Williams, stellar centre man, put the game on ice with two beautiful goals. It was the hardest fought game ever witnessed on local ice with Moose and Squirrel-– excuse me– Squirrel Arters and Buzz Williams combining for the last tally.
Detroit Olympics Statistics and History
Leagues -> IHL -> Detroit OlympicsThe Detroit Olympics were a Minor Professional hockey team based in Detroit, MI playing in the International Hockey League from 1927 to 1936. The team played in the Olympia Sports Arena.
Following the 1935-36 season, the Detroit Olympics franchise was transferred to Pittsburgh, becoming the Pittsburgh Hornets in the newly created International-American Hockey League.
Carol “Buzz” Williams
Born — Carleton Place, ONT
|1930-31||Detroit Olympics||IHL||Statistics Unavailable|
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