Jack Armytage

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Jack Armytage
Jack Armytage, Winnipeg Victorias.jpg
Jack Armytage in 1900.
Born (1872-02-11)February 11, 1872
Fergus, Ontario
Died August 7, 1943(1943-08-07) (aged 71)
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Position Rover
Played for Winnipeg Victorias
Playing career 1890–1897
Jack Armytage, in the middle in the bottom row, with the 1899–1900 Winnipeg Victorias.

John Crichton "Jack" Green-Armytage (February 11, 1872 – August 7, 1943)[1] was a Canadian ice hockey rover. Born in Fergus, Ontario, he is best remembered as the man who first organized a hockey club in the City of Winnipeg.

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  1. ^ John Crichton "Jack" Green-Armytage at Memorable Manitobans
  2. ^ Stanley Cup Annual Record 1896 (February) nhl.com