Ingram was able to parlay that junior success to three seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks in the early 1930s. His best season was 1930-31 when he scored 17 goals in 43 games. He would total 24 goals and 40 points over his 101 NHL game career. He added eight more seasons in the minor leagues as a well travelled hockey player. He played with 15 teams in 8 different leagues!
One of his stops was three seasons - two as an all-star - with the Oklahoma City Warriors of the American Hockey Association. It was in Oklahoma City that he returned to live after hockey was done. He remained their until his passing in 1985. He was 79 years old.