Querrie in the 1917–18 season.
|Born||Charles Laurens Querrie
July 25, 1877
Markham, ON, CAN
|Died||April 5, 1950
Toronto, ON, CAN
|Occupation||Former ice hockey coach and general manager|
Charles Laurens Querrie (July 25, 1877 – April 5, 1950) was the first General Manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, at the time called the Toronto Arenas (1917–20) and the Toronto St. Patricks (1920–27).
Querrie won two Stanley Cups with the team, in 1917–18 and again in 1921–22. Prior to his career in hockey coaching and management, Querrie was a prominent lacrosse player in amareur and professional leagues in his hometown of Markham (member of Lacrosse Hall of Fame) as well as in Toronto.
|Team||Year||Regular Season||Post Season|
|TOR||1922–23||19||11||7||1||-||(27)||3rd in NHL||Did Not Qualify|
|TOR||1923–24||24||10||14||0||-||20||3rd in NHL||Did Not Qualify|
|TOR||1926–27||29||8||17||4||-||(35)||5th in Canadian||(resigned)|
- "Charlie Querrie: Noted Canadian Sportsman; Lacrosse Ace; Hockey Figure", The Globe and Mail, April 6, 1950, pg. 18
Toronto Arena Company
|Principal owner, Toronto Maple Leafs
|General Manager of the Toronto
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|Head coach of the Toronto St. Patricks
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