Donald Walter Webster - Born July 3, 1924 in Toronto, Ontario – Died April 12, 1978 in Fresno, California was a professional ice Hockey left winger.
Webster played all his minor and junior Hockey in Toronto, playing with the Etobicoke Indians Jr-B - Toronto Stockyards Hockey Team (1940-41), Toronto Marlboros - Toronto People's Credit Hockey Team (1941-42).
Webster turned pro with the Providence Reds in 1942, scoring 11 goals, 19 assists in 48 games. The Toronto Maple Leafs then signed him to play for the 1943-44 season. The young winger played 27 games with the Maple Leafs and scored seven goals and 13 points. He also suited up for Toronto during the 1944 playoffs, but was held scoreless in five games.
Webster was traded to the AHL Buffalo Bisons by Toronto with George Boothman for the rights to Bill Ezinicki, October 13, 1944, but only played 39 games in Buffalo, as they traded to him to the Hershey Bears for Hec Pozzo and the rights to George Parsons, February 8, 1945.
Webster then played for a number of teams over the next 8 years - Fort Worth Rangers / Shawinigan Cataracts / Washington Lions (1945-46), San Diego Skyhawks (1946-47), Springfield Indians (1947-48), Tulsa Oilers (1947-49), Los Angeles Monarchs (1949-50_ and finished his Hockey career with the Victoria Cougars (1950-53).