ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE FLYERS
He was a late addition to the squad after impressing coach Frank Boucher in a tune-up game before the team's departure for Europe. Then Halder became the talk of the Continent, scoring 21 goals in St. Moritz.
TERRY O'MALLEY (1964, 1968, 1980) DEFENSEMAN
Chosen by coach Father David Bauer for the Innsbruck Games at age 23, O'Malley became the oldest Canadian hockey Olympian (39 years, 124 days) when he stepped off the ice at Lake Placid. He still holds the distinction.
BUTCH MARTIN (1956, 1960) DEFENSEMAN
Six years after walking away from the game for religious reasons (he was a Mennonite), Martin helped hold opponents to 12 scores in eight games en route to a bronze medal in '56. In '60 he had six goals and six assists.