Arthur A. C. Moore

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Arthur A. C. Moore
Arthur "Art" Moore.jpg
Born August 25, 1880
Acton, Ontario, Canada
Died January 7, 1935(1935-01-07) (aged 54)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Position Defence
Playing career 1900–1909

Arthur Augustus Cutler Moore (August 25, 1880 – January 7, 1935) was an elite amateur ice hockey defenceman for the Ottawa Hockey Club during the era that it was known as the Silver Seven from 1903 to 1906. The Club won the Stanley Cup in March 1903 and held it through numerous challenges until March 1906.

Personal life[edit]

Moore married Flossie Bryson in 1912. The couple had three children, including daughter Jean, daughter Helen and son Arthur Jr.

Playing career[edit]

Career statistics[edit]

Regular Season Playoffs
Season Team League GP G GP G
1901 Montreal HC CAHL 2 0 - -
1902 Ottawa HC CAHL 1 0 - -
1903& Ottawa HC CAHL 7 1 3 0
1904& Ottawa HC CAHL 4 0 5 1
1905& Ottawa HC FAHL 8 1 5 0
1906& Ottawa HC ECAHA 10 0 6 0
1907 Ottawa HC ECAHA 1 0 - -
1908 Ottawa HC ECAHA 2 0 - -

Moore missed most of the 1907 season due to a broken ankle.[1] He was released after two games in the 1908 season.

References[edit]

  • Coleman, Charles (1966). The Trail of the Stanley Cup, volume 1, 1893-1926 inc. 
  1. ^ "Arthur Moore's Mishap". The Globe. January 11, 1907. p. 9.