Charles Adam

Charles F. Adam (* 18. October 1876 in new haven, Vermont; † 1947) were the first owner the bad clay/tone Bruins (season 1924/1925) of an American ice hockey crew and owner of one of the largest food markets in the USA.

During its presidency the Bruins 1929 won its first Stanley Cup. Adam did not however only play in the ice hockey a large role, because it promoted also the regional baseball haven (those belonged to it to bad clay/tone good) and horse running.

Its special employment and that his inheriting Weston Adam and Weston Adam, Jr. honored the NHL in the year 1974, when one of the new divisions was designated after this first ice hockey family.

1960 it honoured with the admission into the Hockey resound to OF Fame.

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