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1925-1926 Men's Hockey Season
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Clifford Borgen, Robb Smith, Glen Welton, John Cady, Fred Anderson, Gunnar Meyers, Hoy (no first name given), Kenneth Olson, Edward Rosenberg.

The 1925-1926 hockey season was a disappointment to the Polars.  The team ended the season with only one win, in fifth place. 

 

The team’s only win came in their first game.  The Polars dominated Roosevelt, but couold manage only one goal.  The lack of putting the puck into the net would haunt the team all season.

 

The second game of the season was against Edison.  North had many scoring chances, but did not even manage one goal.  The only good thing was that Edison did not score either.  The game ended in a 0-0 tie.

 

The third game was against Central.  Central held the Polars scoreless for the second game in a row.  This time, however, Central did score one goal to win the game 1-0.

 

The Polar shutout streak continued as West dominated the Polars on their way to a 4-0 victory.

 

The final game against the Tigers of South The Polars were again shut out by the slimmest 1-0 margin.

 

At the end of the season, the Polars were 1-3-1.  They managed only one goal while being outscored 6-1.  Because of the low number of opponent goals, Polar goalie Glen Welton was named to the Tribune’s all city team.