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Andrew Letham Graham - Born October 10, 1894 in Ottawa, Ontario – Died January 18, 1944 was a Canadian professional ice Hockey player.

Graham starting playing junior Hockey with the Hull Excelsiors in 1909, and then joined the Ottawa New Edinburghs for 1 game, before playing with the local Ottawa Stewartons for 3 seasons, scoring 17 goals in 20 game.

Graham joined the NHA's Senators at the start of the 1913 season. In 1914-15 he scored nine goals in 17 games and appeared headed for a bright future. His progress was interrupted by four years of military service during World War I.

Graham played six NHL seasons as a role player with the Hamilton Tigers and Ottawa Senators in the 20s. He was fine goal scorer in the NHA but was used in a more defensive role in the NHL.

Graham won the Stanley Cup with Ottawa in 1921

Sourced from http://collectionscanada.gc.ca. Credited to Topley Studio.

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