|Competitor for Canada|
|Men's ice hockey|
|Olympic Games/World Championship|
Known as the Forgotten Team, the Mercurys won the 1950 World Ice Hockey Championships in London, England, and the gold medal at the 1952 Winter Olympics in Oslo, Norway — the last Canadian team to win the gold until 2002 Winter Olympics. As per the process from 1920 - 1968, the Mercs 1952 Olympic win also made this team the 1952 World Ice Hockey Champions.
- 1950 World Champions
- Coach: Jimmy Graham
- Players: Harry Allen, Marsh Darling, Bob David, John Davies, Billie Dawe, Wilbur Delaney, Donald Gauf, Jimmy Kilburn, Leo Lucchini, Jack Manson, Doug MacAuley, Ab Newsome, Allan Purvis, Don Stanley, Bob Watt, Pete Wright, Hassie Young.
- 1952 Olympic gold medalists (and 1952 World Champions)
- Coach: Louis Holmes
- Players: George Abel, John Davies, Billie Dawe, Robert Dickson, Don Gauf, William Gibson, Ralph Hansch, Robert Meyers, David Miller, Eric Paterson, Thomas Pollock, Al Purvis, Gordon Robertson, Louis Secco, Francis Sullivan, and Bob Watt
The 1952 Olympic/World Champion Edmonton Mercurys team (including the five returning players, Davies/Dawe/Gauf/Purvis/Watt, from the 1950 team) was inducted to the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame in 1968, and was inducted to the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame in 2002.
- "Edmonton Waterloo Mercurys 1950". Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum. Retrieved May 21, 2013.
- "Edmonton Waterloo Mercurys 1952". Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum. Retrieved May 21, 2013.
- "Members of the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame - Sport: Ice Hockey". Canadian Olympic Committee. Retrieved May 22, 2013.
- Canada men's national ice hockey team
- Ice hockey at the 1952 Winter Olympics
- Ice hockey at the Olympic Games
- List of Canadian national ice hockey team rosters
- List of ice hockey teams in Alberta
- 3-3 tie gives Mercurys Olympic Hockey Crown, Edmonton Journal, February 25, 1952
- Edmonton Mercurys page from canoe.ca's 2002 Winter Olympics page
- Edmonton Mercurys at the Canadian Encyclopedia
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