Horace Gaul

Horace Gaul
Horace Gaul, Captial Lacrosse Club.jpg
Gaul with Capital Lacrosse Club of Ottawa
Born (1883-12-21)December 21, 1883
Gaspé, Quebec, Canada
Died July 9, 1939(1939-07-09) (aged 55)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada[1]
Height 5 ft 9 in (175 cm)
Weight 160 lb (73 kg; 11 st 6 lb)
Position Right Wing
Shot Right
Played for Ottawa Hockey Club
Pittsburgh Pros
Brooklyn SC
Brockville HC
Renfrew Creamery Kings
Haileybury Comets
Berlin Dutchmen
New Glasgow Cubs
Toronto Tecumsehs
Playing career 1904–1913
Horace Gaul with the Haileybury Hockey Club.

Horace Joseph Gaul (December 21, 1883 – July 9, 1939) was a Canadian professional ice hockey and lacrosse player who played from 1904 until 1913 most notably with the Pittsburgh Professionals, Haileybury Comets, Ottawa Senators and Toronto Tecumsehs. As a lacrosse player he was a member of the Ottawa Capital Lacrosse Club.[2]

Playing career

Born in Gaspé, Quebec, Canada, the Gaul family moved to Ottawa, Ontario. Horace first played senior amateur hockey for the Ottawa Silver Seven in 1904–05, a member of the Stanley Cup winning squad. In 1906, he became professional, joining Pittsburgh of the International Hockey League.[3] In 1907, he returned to Canada, playing for Brockville and Renfrew senior teams.

In 1908–09, Gaul split his time with Pittsburgh and Haileybury. He stayed with Haileybury for the inaugural National Hockey Association (NHA) 1910 season. When the team folded the next year, he returned to play for Ottawa and won a second Stanley Cup in 1911. In 1911, he joined New Glasgow of the Maritime Professional Hockey League (MPHL). He played his final season in 1912–13 for the new Toronto Tecumsehs of the NHA.

References

Notes

  1. ^ "Gaul Was Noted Athlete and Sportsman" Ottawa Citizen, July 11, 1939.
  2. ^ "Ottawa's last champion lacrosse team" Ottawa Journal. Dec. 13, 1909 (pg. 11).
  3. ^ "Portage Lake Beat Pittsburg". The Globe. January 3, 1907. p. 11.


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