March 21, 1918|
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
|Died||August 15, 1985(aged 67)|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (178 cm)|
|Weight||175 lb (79 kg; 12 st 7 lb)|
Detroit Red Wings
Carveth began his NHL career with the Detroit Red Wings in 1940. After spending some time with the Wings' American Hockey League affiliate, the Indianapolis Capitals, he became a regular in the Red Wings lineup in 1942. He scored six goals in ten playoff games during Detroit's run to the Stanley Cup championship in 1943.
Carveth was traded to the Boston Bruins for Roy Conacher in 1946. The Bruins then sent him to the Montreal Canadiens for Jimmy Peters. Carveth returned to Detroit in 1949, winning his second Stanley Cup in 1950.
After the 1951 season, Carveth left the NHL, and split the 1951-52 season between the AHL's Cleveland Barons and the Vancouver Canucks of the PCHL. Carveth retired from professional hockey in 1954. His grandson is trevor carveth
Awards and achievementsEdit
- Biographical information and career statistics from Hockey-Reference.com, or Legends of Hockey, or The Internet Hockey Database
- Picture of Joe Carveth's Name on the 1950 Stanley Cup Plaque