For the seasons 1926-27 to 1929-30, NHL coaches were polled for their all-stars of the season to create all-star teams. I've posted the 1926-27 and 1927-28 teams previously. The 1929-30 teams are new to me and I don't think they have been posted here. (thanks to Pam Coburn for the article). I think we're just missing the full 1928-29 team. 1926-27 From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, April 3, 1927, p. 41 1926-27 all star teams - Newspapers.com No vote totals for this year, unfortunately. And the newspaper article indicates that several writers' votes were included along with the coaches. First team LW George Hay, Chicago C Frank Fredrickson, Detroit/Boston RW Bill Cook, Rangers D King Clancy, Ottawa D Duncan Munro, Maroons G George Hainsworth, Canadiens Second team LW Aurel Joliat, Canadiens C Frank Boucher, Rangers RW Howie Morenz, Canadiens D Ivan Johnson, Rangers D Herb Gardiner, Canadiens G John Ross Roach, Toronto Third team LW Dick Irvin, Chicago C Bill Carson, Toronto RW Hooley Smith, Ottawa D Eddie Shore, Boston D George Boucher, Ottawa G Roy Worters, Pittsburgh The coaches also voted Bill Cook as the most valuable player, with 9 of 10 selecting Cook and one picking Bill Carson. 1927-28 From the New York Evening Post, Saturday, March 24, p. 15 https://fultonhistory.com/newspaper 11/New York Evening Post/New York NY Evening Post 1928 Grayscale/New York NY Evening Post 1928 Grayscale - 2255.pdf Just the coaches voted on this one. Cecil Hart, Eddie Gerard, Dave Gill, Connie Smythe, Shorty Green, Art Ross, Lester Patrick, Jack Adams, Odie Cleghorn, and Hugh Lehman. The second team was composed using the second place votes only, not first place votes. Full voting results were in the article. First team LW George Hay, Detroit C Howie Morenz, Canadiens RW Bill Cook, Rangers LD Ivan Johnson, Rangers RD Eddie Shore, Boston G Roy Worters, Pittsburgh Second team LW Aurel Joliat, Canadiens C Frank Boucher, Rangers RW Harry Oliver, Boston LD Herb Gardiner, Canadiens RD King Clancy, Ottawa G George Hainsworth, Canadiens Full voting LW George Hay 4-2 Aurel Joliat 1-4 Howie Morenz 3-0 Hec Kilrea 2-2 Percy Galbraith 0-1 C Howie Morenz 7-0 Frank Nighbor 3-0 Frank Boucher 0-3 Frank Fredrickson 0-2 Hib Milks 0-1.5 Normie Himes 0-1 Bill Carson 0-0.5 RW Bill Cook 7-3 Hooley Smith 2-1 Harry Oliver 0-3 Hec Kilrea 1-0 Aurel Joliat 0-1 Jimmy Ward 0-1 Art Gagne 0-1 LD Ivan Johnson 4-1 Herb Gardiner 2-3 King Clancy 3-0 Reg Noble 1-0 Art Duncan 0-1.5 Hap Day 0-1 Eddie Shore 0-1 Duncan Munro 0-1 Lionel Hitchman 0-0.5 RD Eddie Shore 9-0 King Clancy 0-3 Reg Noble 1-0 Ivan Johnson 0-3 Hap Day 0-1 Red Dutton 0-1 Sylvio Mantha 0-1 G Roy Worters 7-1 George Hainsworth 1-4 Alec Connell 1-3 John Ross Roach 1-1 1928-29 "TORONTO, March 21 - Writing in the Globe, Bert Perry says: "Only one member of the Maple Leafs - Irvin Bailey - has been selected for the 1928-29 all-star N.H.L. team. The selection is made by the votes of the various managers in the circuit, no manager being able to vote for a player of his own team. The result of the polling shows Worters of the Americans in goal; Clancy, Ottawa, and Shore, Boston, defense; Bailey, Toronto, right wing; Morenz, Canadiens, center and Joliet, Canadiens, left wing. The highest possible vote a player can get is nine, and Clancy got 8, Worters and Shore seven each, and the rest five each. Other players and votes were as follows: Hainsworth, 2; Thompson, Bruins, 1; Mantha 5; Conacher 1; Bill Cook, 3; Oliver, 1; Ward, 1; Boucher, Rangers, 1; Stewart, 1; Hay, 2; Kilrea, 2. The Hart Trophy award for the Most Valuable Player in the league is likely to go to Roy Worters." 22 Mar 1929, 11 - The Ottawa Citizen at Newspapers.com Goal: 1. Roy Worters 7 2. George Hainsworth 2 3. Tiny Thompson 1 Note: All votes accounted for. Defense: 1. King Clancy 8 2. Eddie Shore 7 3. Sylvio Mantha 5 4. Lionel Conacher 1 Note: These should add up to 20, but there is an extra vote Left Wing: 1. Aurel Joliet 5 2. George Hay 2 3. Hec Kilrea 2 Note: There is 1 missing vote Center: 1. Howie Morenz 5 2. Frank Boucher 1 3. Nels Stewart 1 Note: There are 3 missing votes Right Wing: 1. Ace Bailey 5 2. Bill Cook 3 3. Harry Oliver 1 4. Jimmy Ward 1 Note: All votes accounted for. 1929-30 From the Boston Traveller, April 2, 1930 See the attached PDF for the article (thanks Pam Coburn!) First team LW Hec Kilrea, Ottawa C Cooney Weiland, Boston RW Dit Clapper, Boston LD Lionel Hitchman, Boston RD Eddie Shore, Boston G Tiny Thompson, Boston Second team LW Howie Morenz, Canadiens C Nels Stewart, Maroons RW Bill Cook, Rangers LD Sylvio Mantha, Canadiens RD King Clancy, Ottawa G Roy Worters, Americans Partial voting results LW Hec Kilrea (5-x) Howie Morenz (1-4) Aurel Joliat (2-x) Dutch Gainor (1-x) Nels Steward (1-x) C Cooney Weiland (4-1) Nels Stewart (2-3) RW Dit Clapper (x-x), 1 more first team vote than Cook Bill Cook (x-x), several second team votes Frank Finnegan (2-2) Hooley Smith (1-2) G Tiny Thompson (7) Roy Worters (1) LD Lionel Hitchman (6-3) Sylvio Mantha (x-x) RD Eddie Shore (4-3) King Clancy (2-3) Sylvio Mantha, Lionel Hitchman, Ivan Johnson received votes.