Edwin Frederick "Ed" Gorman - Born September 25, 1892 in Buckingham, Quebec – Died March 10, 1963 was a Canadian ice Hockey player.
Gorman played for the Buckingham senior team from 1913 to 1915 before moving south to play for the Pittsburgh Duquesne and Pittsburgh Amateurs of the United States Amateur Hockey Association.
Gorman returned to the Ottawa area in 1917, playing for Pembroke Munitions in the Ottawa Valley Hockey League.
Gorman then played competitive amateur Hockey in the Ottawa City Hockey League from 1918 until 1924, with the Ottawa Royal Canadians (1918-19), Ottawa Munitions (1919-20), Ottawa St. Brigid's (1920-21) and the Ottawa Montagnards from 1921 to 1924, including their try for the 1924 Allan Cup.
Gorman was signed to the Ottawa Senators in 1924, and In 1924-25 season he scored 11 goals for the Senators and remained in Ottawa for three years in total. His solid play on defence helped the Ottawa Senators win the Stanley Cup championship in 1927.
After the Cup win, Gorman was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs for cash, part of a sell-off by the financially strapped Senators. He played 19 games for Toronto before the Maple Leafs suspended him when he refused an assignment to the Toronto Ravinas of the Can-Pro circuit.
Gorman was then traded to Kitchener Millionaires of the Can-Am league. He reported, and played 12 games for Kitchener before retiring from competitive Hockey.