Who Won the 1929
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Roy Worters

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Pint-sized player — 5-foot-3 — wows Sharks and crowd

The Mercury News
The smallest player in NHL history — Roy “Shrimp” Worters — stood 5-3, and he was a goalie. But Theo Fleury was only 5-6, and he played almost 1,100 games in the league. There were a handful of 5-foot-7 players in the league last season, including ...

1929 Hart Trophy Winner Roy Worters News

From Muggsy to Bol: History of Short and Tall in Sports

The Sports Post (blog)
Roy Worters would be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1969 after playing from 1925-1937 with three teams (New York Americans, Montreal Canadians, Pittsburgh Pirates). Worters was smaller than your writer here! He stood just 5'3”. Oddly enough ...

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5-Foot-3, but He Skates Above His Level

New York Times
Dhooghe is currently the same height as the shortest player in N.H.L. history — goalie Roy Worters, known as Shrimp, who played 12 seasons from 1925 to 1937. But to Granato and others, Dhooghe is worth taking a chance on. Dhooghe is taking the process ...

1929 Hart Trophy Winner Roy Worters News

Hart Memorial Trophy – All Time Voting Records

Good Night, Good Hockey (blog)
Every year the Hart Memorial Trophy is awarded to the most valuable player in the NHL. This year it was taken home by Connor McDavid who beat out Sidney Crosby and Sergei Bobrovsky. Let's take a look at who in history has finished at the top or near it.

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