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Charles Collins (ice hockey)
|Born|| (1882-09-18)September 18, 1882
Collingwood, Ontario, Canada
|Died||July 28, 1920(1920-07-28) (aged 37)|
|Played for|| Canadian Soo Algonquins
St. Catharines Pros
|Playing career||c. 1903–1912|
Charles Collins (September 18, 1882 – July 28, 1920) was a Canadian professional ice hockey forward who was active in the early 1900s. Amongst the teams Collins played for were the Canadian Soo Algonquins of the IPHL and the St. Catharines Pros of the OPHL. Collins also played in one exhibition game for the Toronto Tecumsehs.
In the 1904–05 season, in the notoriously rough IPHL, Collins was the only regular player that went unpenalized.
Exh. = Exhibition games
|1904–05||Canadian Soo Algonquins||IPHL||22||22||0||22||0||–||–||–||–||–|
|1909||St. Catharines Pros||OPHL||5||2||0||2||0||–||–||–||–||–|
Statistics per Society for International Hockey Research at sihrhockey.org
- The Origins and Development of the International Hockey League and its effect on the Sport of Professional Ice Hockey in North America Daniel Scott Mason, University of British Columbia, 1992
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