Early life. Lach was born in Nokomis, Saskatchewan, a small town 133 kilometres (83 mi) north of Regina. Elmer was the youngest of two boys and four girls born to ...
Statistics and Records of Elmer Lach, a hockey player and coach from Nokomis, SASK born Jan 22 1918 who was active from 1937 to 1954.
One-third of the famous “Punch Line”, Elmer Lach, an exceptional playmaker, earned the first Art Ross Trophy in 1948.
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One of the top playmaking centers ever to compete in the NHL, Elmer Lach spent his entire 14-year career with the Montreal Canadiens. He helped "les glorieux" win the ...
Montreal Canadiens center Elmer Lach hugs the Stanley Cup in the dressing room in 1953. He scored the game-winning goal against the Boston Bruins.
Elmer Lach, Montreal Canadiens great, dead at 97 - CBC.ca
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