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 Everard Lorne “Ed” Carpenter

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Everard Lorne “Ed” Carpenter

Birth
Lachute, Laurentides Region, Quebec, Canada
Death 30 Apr 1963 (aged 72)
Winnipeg, Greater Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Burial Winnipeg, Greater Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Plot Old Rugged Cross Garden
Memorial ID 8026675 View Source
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Professional Hockey Player. Carpenter was born on June 15, 1890, in Hartford, Michigan. At 6'0" and 170lbs he played the position of Defense for teams in the National Hockey League (NHL). He began playing hockey professionally in 1909 in and later went onto play for the Toronto Blueshirts in 1917, and the Seattle Metropolitans in 1917, who he won the Stanley Cup with. He also played for the Quebec Bulldogs from 1919 to 1920, Hamilton Tigers from 1920 to 1921, and in 1944 he coached the Port Arthur Bearcats to win the Allan Cup. He at one time also worked for the Canadian National Railway for 43 years.


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