ebbie gEbbie Goodfellow was a Detroit Olympic and a Falcon and a Cougar early in his career, but he built his Hall-of-Fame career as a Red Wing. He played at both centre and on defence, captaining the team in 1934-35 and again from 1938 through 1942. He was (said The Ottawa Journal) “possessed of one of the hardest and truest shots in hockey.” He won three Stanley Cups, the last one in 1943 as the Red Wings’ player-coach. He read Old Mother Goose at least once — above, with his son, Ebbie, Jr., in February of 1939.