Archibald "Archie" William Hooper (1881–1904) of the Montreal Hockey Club (MAAA).
Archie Hooper was a rover (forward) with the Montreal Hockey Club during its brief "Little Men of Iron" period, when the team won the Stanley Cup both in 1902 and 1903, and where he was teammate of such players as Dickie Boon, Jack Marshall, Jimmy Gardner and Tommy Phillips.
During the 1902 Canadian Amateur Hockey League (CAHL) season, Hooper led all players with 17 goals, 4 goals in front of Russell Bowie.
Hooper was injured in a hockey game in February 1903 and never fully recovered. In July 1904, he was admitted to Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal and stayed there 'for a period', and he was then released to go home, where he died in October 1904, aged 23.