Oshawa Generals 1938-39
Bottom Row L to R - Dinny McManus, Norm McAtee, Billy Taylor (captain), J.B. Highfield (president), Roy Sawyer, Gar Peters, Les Colvin.
Middle Row - Joe Delmonte, Don Daniels, Jim Drummond, George “Nig” Ritchie, Gerry Kinsella, Nick Knott, Orville Smith, Jud McAtee,
Top Row - Sammy Johnson (trainer), Matt Leyden (manager), Tracy Shaw (coach), C.E. McTavish (vice-president), Neil Hezzlewood (secretary), Stuart McTavish (treasurer), W. Penrson (excutive).
The Generals would go on to win the 1939 Memorial Cup championship.
In the first game of best of five final vs the Edmonton Athletic Club Roamers, Generals team captain Billy Taylor scored five times in a 9-4 victory before more than 7,000 fans at Maple Leaf Gardens. Game 2 had Taylor scoring four goals and set up five others in a 12-4 victory. The Roamers won game three 4-1, and the Generals then won the championship in game four, with a 4-2 victory.