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Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on April 11th, 2016

Larry Gilmour
Renfrew Creamery Kings / Renfrew Hockey Team 1908
Upper Ottawa Valley Hockey League.

Charles John "Larry" Gilmour - Born October 10, 1881 in Lanark, Ontario – Died April 15, 1922 in Horton, Ontario was a Canadian professional ice Hockey player.

Gilmour played for the Renfrew, Ontario Hockey Club in the Ottawa Valley Hockey League from 1898 until 1902 when he joined the Renfrew Riversides in the Upper Ottawa Valley Hockey League.

In 1907, he joined the Renfrew Creamery Kings, playing for the club until 1911. In 1908, Gilmour also played for the Brockville, Ontario Hockey Club when the Kings were hired to play for Brockville in the Federal Amateur Hockey League.

Gilmour also played for the Montreal Wanderers, winning a Stanley Cup in a challenge game in 1908.

Gilmour was also a excellent Lacrosse player, who played in Ottawa and Toronto during the summer.

Gilmour was known locally in Renfrew as "Stimmy"

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