Westwick prior to 1907.
|Born||June 28, 1887|
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
|Died||December 15, 1963 76) (aged|
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
|Played for|| Ottawa Senators |
Pittsburgh Duquesne (WPHL)
|Playing career||early 1900s–1914|
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