of St. Catharines, Ontario broke into senior lacrosse with Owen Sound in 1942. In the 1942 and '43 season he played a season with each of the Army and then the Navy teams in Western Canada. Returning east, he went on to play for St. Catharines from 1945 to 1956 and in '61 calling the Hamilton home for the 1943 season, and Weston for 1958 and '58. in his 336 game career he scored 519 goals with 259 assists for 778 points. Jim is joining his brother John "Windy" McMahon (1966) in the Hall of Fame.