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HARRY (MOOSE) WATSON (1924) FORWARD
ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND
Born in Eastern Canada, raised in England, he was a member of the Royal Flying Corps, flying sorties over Europe during World War I. Watson scored 37 goals in Chamonix, still the record for a single Olympics.
JOÉ JUNEAU (1992) FORWARD
A two-time All-America and aeronautical engineering student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Juneau led Canada to the silver medal in Albertville, with six goals and nine assists. He went on to a 13-year NHL career.
WALLY HALDER (1948) FORWARD