The following season, the rest of the league started to understand the new rules too, and Cooney Weiland
never even came close to those totals again. He would still be a very good player, but he was only dominating for one season, and was basically better than average for only a few more. Weiland did help the Bruins (especially in 1930) win two Stanley Cups, so it is not like he didn’t win. Still, this induction just doesn’t seem right. The Bullet Points:Elected In:
CentrePlayed for:Boston BruinsOttawa SenatorsDetroit Red WingsMajor Accolades and Awards:Second Team All Star (1) (1935)Most Goals (1) (1930)Most Points (1) (1930)Stanley Cup Rings (3) (as a Player) (Boston Bruins 1929 & 1939) (as a Head Coach) (Boston Bruins 1941)
Should Cooney Weiland be in the Hall of Fame?
I totally agree with this induction. - 50%
I am fine with this induction. - 0%
I do not agree with this induction, but it does not bother me. - 0%