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Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on February 19th, 2017

John Wilberforce "Jocko" Anderson - Born April 10, 1893 in St. Peters, Manitoba – Died July 22, 1960 was a Canadian professional ice Hockey player.

As an amateur in 1916, Anderson won the Allan Cup with the Winnipeg 61st Overseas Battalion.

Anderson would join the Selkirk Fishermen, playing with them until 1920.

Anderson played in the Western Canada Hockey League / WCHL for the Calgary Tigers in the 1921-22 season, then signed with the Victoria Cougars of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association / PCHA to start the 1922-23 season, and playing four years in Victoria, winning the 1925 Stanley Cup as a center on the Cougars team.

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