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Memorable Manitobans: Harold “Harry” Taylor (1926-2009)

Hockey player.

Born at St. James on 28 March 1926, he played hockey for the Memorial Cup-winning Winnipeg Monarchs (1945-1946), the Stanley Cup-winning Toronto Maple Leafs (1948-1949), the Chicago Blackhawks, and the Calder Cup-winning Cleveland Barons (1950-1951). He retired from hockey in 1956 and, after a career with Trans-Canada Pipelines, he moved to British Columbia. He died at Kamloops on 16 November 2009. He is an honoured member of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame.


Obituary, McCall Gardens.

This page was prepared by Ian Stewart.

Page revised: 15 March 2020

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