Who Won the 1931
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Roy Worters

New York Americans

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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 ...

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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 ...

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How Ottawa helped build the NHL in Pittsburgh nearly 100 years ago

Ottawa Citizen
26, 1925, Pirates captain Lionel Conacher — known as The Big Train and one of only two men today with their names engraved on both the Stanley and Grey Cups — and goalie Roy “Shrimp” Worters — who, at only 5' 3”, is the shortest person to ever play ...

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