Harry Carter had a ten-year senior career and brought an impressive record to the Hall of Fame.
As a teenager he helped organize minor lacrosse and carried on to be the winner of three Western scoring titles in 1941 with 101 points, 194' with 89 points in 16 games, and 1945 with 99 points. He won the Maitland Trophy in 194'. He once scored nine goals in one game, and had a career total of 67 hat tricks.
During his 10-year senior career, Harry managed an impressive 425 goals and 231 assists for 656 points in 209 games - better than a 3-point-per-game average.
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