Labovitch, Max : Jews In Sports @ Virtual Museum

Labovitch, Max

Birth and Death Dates:
b. Jan. 18, 1924

Career Highlights:
Labovitch played professional hockey for ten years, although he only played five games in the NHL. The career-minor leaguer played for the Rangers during the 1943-44 season; and while he did not score, he did register four penalty minutes. Labovitch missed two seasons due to military service (1942-43 and 1944-45), and did not retire from hockey until after the 1949-50 season. That year, he had 42 points in 49 games for the Toledo Buckeyes of the IHL.

Winnipeg, Canada

Career Dates:
Max played right wing in the NHL with the New York Rangers in 1943-44.

right wing

Physical description:
5'11", 165 pounds

Career Statistics:
In the NHL:
Games: 5

Goals: 0
Assists: 0
Points: 0

Penalty minutes: 4

Use links below to navigate through the hockey section of Jews In Sports.

< PreviousNext >

encyclopedia of JEWS in sports by Bernard Postal, Jesse Silver, and Roy Silver (New York: Bloch Publishing Co., 1965)
Total Hockey: The Official Encyclopedia of the National Hockey League, edited by Dan Diamond, James Duplacey, Ralph Dinger, Igor Kuperman, and Eric Zweig (New York: Total Sports, 1998)