Harold Russell "Hal" Jackson - Born August 1, 1918 in Cedar Springs, Ontario – Died January 30, 1997 was a Canadian ice Hockey player defenceman.
Jackson made his NHL debut with the Chicago Black Hawks on November 5, 1936 vs the New York Americans at Chicago Stadium in a 1-1 tie.
Jackson scored his 1st NHL goal vs Dave Kerr of the New York Rangers on January 21, 1937 at Chicago Stadium in a 2-0 Black Hawks win.
- Stanley Cup Champion 1938 with Chicago Black Hawks and 1943 with Detroit Red Wings.
Stanley Cup finalist 1945 with Detroit Red Wings.
- Calder Cup Champion 1942 with Indianapolis Capitals
Calder Cup finalist 1943 with Indianapolis Capitals, 1948 with Buffalo Bisons.
Harold Jackson was inducted into the Windsor / Essex County Sports Hall of Fame in 1989.