Thomas Acheson "Attie" Howard (Born January 5, 1871 in St. Andrews, Manitoba, Canada – Died November 18, 1945 in Los Angeles, California, USA) was a Canadian amateur ice Hockey player, coach and editor.
Howard was a member of the 1896 Winnipeg Victorias Stanley Cup championship team. He later played in the American Amateur Hockey League in New York and in the Western Pennsylvania Hockey League, both in the USA.
Howard started playing with the Winnipeg Victorias in 1891. He played nine seasons for the club, winning the Stanley Cup on February 14, 1896, and then losing the rematch challenge vs the Montreal Victorias on December 30, 1896, scoring 2 goals in a 6 to 5 defeat.
Howard also played in the Stanley Cup challenge vs the Montreal Shamrocks in February 1899.
Howard moved to New York City after the 1899 season, and played four seasons with the New York Athletic Club. He also played with the Pittsburgh Bankers during the 1901–02 and 1902–03 seasons. He played two seasons with the New York Wanderers and one game with the Brooklyn Skating Club in 1905–06 to end his career.
Howard scored 124 goals in 120 games during his Hockey career.
Howard began to coach for the Yale University Hockey Team.
Howard joined A.G. Spalding & Bros. of New York. He endorsed a Hockey stick model with his name, and edited some of the Spalding Ice Hockey Guides.