Ralph Emerson St. Germain - Born January 19, 1904 in Ottawa, Ontario – Died August 2, 1974 in Ottawa, Ontario was a Canadian ice Hockey centre, coach and referee.
- Maurice Forget Trophy winner as league MVP in the Quebec Senior Hockey League 1927-28 & 1929-30 playing with the McGill Redmen and 1930-31 & 1931-32 playing with the Montreal Royals.
The Maurice Forget trophy was retired and given to St. Germain in perpetuity, he won the QSHL's new MVP award - the Ken Stewart Cup in 1933-34.
St. Germain made the 1936 Canadian Olympic Hockey team as a spare and ended up as their third-leading scorer with 6 goals (5 assists) in six games, helping Canada win a silver medal at the Garmisch-Partenkirchen Olympics.
St. Germain then played for the Ottawa Senators from 1937 to 1940 in the Quebec Senior League.
St. Germain also coached McGill's junior varsity Hockey team and served as a Hockey referee in the CIAU.