Cox, Danny

Left Wing  L. 5`10" 180 lbs.
10/12/1903 Little Current, Ontario
Deceased



Danny Cox began his professional hockey career in 1926-27 playing for the Hamilton Tigers before moving down the road to join the Toronto Maple Leafs of the NHL for 14 games later that year. In his first NHL campaign, he picked up a single assist.

In 1927-28, Cox played in 43 games with the Leafs, scoring nine goals and 14 points. He played another season in Toronto before being dealt to the Ottawa Senators in the 1929-30 season. During the following season in Ottawa, Cox scored nine goals and 21 points while dressing for 44 games.

During his next tour of duty, Cox moved on to play one year with the Detroit Falcons, scoring ten points in 47 games before returning to Ottawa for his second go-round with the Senators. After two seasons there, Cox played his final NHL season in New York with the Rangers in 1933-34.

Cox played six more years of pro hockey with the Minneapolis Millers of the CHL, the Philadelphia Ramblers of the CAHL and the IAHL, the Seattle Seahawks of the PCHL, and finally the Wichita Skyhawks of the AHA in 1939-40.

Player Notes
Can-Am Second All-Star Team (1936). Signed as a free agent by Toronto St. Pats, October 13th, 1926. Traded to Ottawa by Toronto with cash for Frank Nighbor, January 31st, 1930. Claimed by Detroit Falcons from Ottawa for 1931-32 season in Dispersal Draft, September 26th, 1931. Signed as a free agent by NY Rangers after securing release from Ottawa (January 30th, 1934), February 3rd, 1934.