Clarence McKerrow

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Clarence McKerrow
Clarence McKerrow.jpg
McKerrow with the Montreal Lacrosse Club.
Born (1877-01-18)January 18, 1877
Montreal, QC, CAN
Died October 20, 1959(1959-10-20) (aged 82)
Montreal, QC, CAN
Position Rover, ice hockey
Defense, lacrosse
Played for Montreal Hockey Club
Montreal Lacrosse Club
Playing career –present
Olympic medal record
Men's lacrosse
Representing  Canada
Gold medal – first place 1908 London Team

Clarence Douglas "Clare" McKerrow (January 18, 1877 – October 20, 1959) was a Canadian athlete. McKerrow competed in lacrosse for Canada in the 1908 Summer Olympics. McKerrow also played ice hockey with the Montreal Hockey Club and won two Stanley Cup titles with the team; in 1895[1] as a player, and in 1902 as a trainer.

He was born in Montreal, Quebec.

In 1908 he was part of the Canadian lacrosse team which won the gold medal in the Summer Olympics.

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  1. ^ Stanley Cup Annual Record 1895 nhl.com