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Rosario Couture

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Shot  Right
Height  1.8 m
Playing career  1927–1936
Weight  74 kg
Name  Rosario Couture
Position  Winger
Role  Ice hockey player

Born  July 24, 1905 Saint Boniface, MB, CAN (1905-07-24)
Died  March 1, 1986, Winnipeg, Canada
Played for  National Hockey League, Chicago Blackhawks, Montreal Canadiens
Similar People  Marie‑Anne Gaboury, Jean‑Baptiste Lagimodiere, Vital‑Justin Grandin

Joseph Albert Rosario "Rosie, Lolo" Couture (July 24, 1905 in St. Boniface, Manitoba – March 1, 1986 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) was a professional ice hockey player. Couture was a right winger who played for the Chicago Black Hawks and the Montreal Canadiens from 1928 - 1936.


He began his NHL career in 1928 with the Chicago Black Hawks. He would play for them until the end of the 1935 season. He helped the Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup in 1934.

After brief stops in the minor leagues with the London Tecumsehs of the IHL and the Providence Reds of the CAHL He played the 1935–36 NHL season with the Montreal Canadiens.

He and fellow Blackhawk Leroy Goldsworthy identified the body of teammate Jack Leswick, who died in mysterious circumstances. Couture is buried in St. Boniface Cathedral.

Awards and achievements

  • Stanley Cup Championships (1934)
  • “Honoured Member” of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame
  • Trivia

  • Height 5'11"
  • Weight 164 Lbs
  • Shot Right
  • Wore Uniform # 7 with the Chicago Black Hawks.
  • References

    Rosario Couture Wikipedia

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