Arthur Throop

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Arthur Throop
Art Throop, Ottawa Victorias.jpg
Throop with the Ottawa Victorias.
Born (1884-08-19)August 19, 1884
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Died June 24, 1973(1973-06-24) (aged 88)
Haileybury, Ontario, Canada
Height 5 ft 6 in (168 cm)
Weight 130 lb (59 kg; 9 st 4 lb)
Position Left Wing
Shot Left
Played for Ottawa Victorias
Pittsburgh Lyceum[1]
Pittsburgh Bankers
Brantford Indians[2]
Toronto Tecumsehs
Haileybury Comets
New Westminster Royals
Portland Rosebuds
Playing career 1902–1915

Arthur Leonard "Art" Throop (August 19, 1884 – June 24, 1973) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player. He played for the New Westminster Royals (1913–14) and Portland Rosebuds (1914–15) of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association.[3] He also previously played for the Ottawa Victorias, and during his time there was involved in a 1907 game which saw the death of Bud McCourt.[4] He suffered a blow to the head from an opposing player's stick during a brawl that ensued that game.[5][6] Throop also spent time in the National Hockey Association with the Toronto Tecumsehs and Haileybury Comets.[7]

Throop died in 1973 at a Haileybury hospital.[8]

Statistics[edit]

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1905–06 Ottawa Victorias FAHL 8 6 0 6 10
1906–07 Ottawa Victorias FAHL 7 4 0 4
1907–08 Pittsburgh Lyceum WPHL 17 7 0 7
1907–08 Pittsburgh Bankers World Pro. Series 1 0 0 0
1908–09 Pittsburgh Lyceum WPHL 8 3 0 3
1908–09 Brantford Indians OPHL 15 17 0 17 52
1910 Haileybury Comets NHA 12 9 0 9 43
1912–13 Toronto Tecumsehs NHA 20 11 0 11 48
1913–14 New Westminster Royals PCHA 10 5 3 8 18
1914–15 Portland Rosebuds PCHA 18 16 8 24 43
NHA totals 32 20 0 20 91
PCHA totals 28 21 11 32 61

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bankers again beat Lyceum" The Montreal Gazette December 21, 1908.
  2. ^ "Montreal won in Halifax" The Montreal Gazette February 17, 1909.
  3. ^ ARTHUR THROOP, FORWARD ON PORTLAND HOCKEY TEAM oregonnews.uoregon.edu
  4. ^ "Masson Trial" Ottawa Citizen April 11, 1907.
  5. ^ "Death on ice in 1907 | Cornwall Standard Freeholder". Standard-freeholder.com. Retrieved 2014-03-01. 
  6. ^ Coast to Coast: Hockey in Canada to the Second World War - Google Books. Books.google.ca. Retrieved 2014-03-01. 
  7. ^ Hockey in Portland - Jim Mancuso, Scott Petterson - Google Books. Books.google.ca. Retrieved 2014-03-01. 
  8. ^ The Ottawa Journal page 53, June 30, 1973.

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