Hockey Players That Went To War

Updated: Nov 15



In honor of Remembrance/Veterans Day, I decided to make a list of 5 Hockey players that risked their life by going to war.


Jack Adams played for the then Toronto Arenas(1917-19), Then Toronto St. Patricks(1922-26) and Ottawa Senators(1926-27). During his career, he had 81G, 44A, 125P, 384PIM, 12 GWG and, 1OTG in 173 total games played. He also won a Stanley Cup with the Ottawa Senators.


Born on May 11th, 1917 in Lac Pelletier, SK, Canada, Lloyd Ailsby played for the New York Rangers. During his career, he had 81G, 44A, 125P, 384PIM, 12 GWG and, 1OTG in 173 total games played.


George Allen played for the then Toronto Arenas (1917-19), Then Toronto St. Patricks (1922-26) and Ottawa Senators(1926-27). During his career, he had 81G, 44A, 125P, 384PIM, 12 GWG and, 1OTG in 173 total games played. He also won a Stanley Cup with the Ottawa Senators.


Hub Anslow played for the then Toronto Arenas(1917-19), Then Toronto St. Patricks (1922-26) and Ottawa Senators(1926-27). During his career, had 81G, 44A, 125P, 384PIM, 12 GWG and, 1OTG in 173 total games played. He also won a Stanley Cup with the Ottawa Senators.



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