Galt Professionals
City: Galt, Ontario
Flag of Canada-1868-Red Canada
League: Ontario Professional Hockey League, 1909–1911
Colors: Red, White
Head Coach: Art Serviss, 1910
Jim Mallen, Galt Professionals

Jim Mallen with the Galt Professionals in 1911.

The Galt Professionals was a professional ice hockey team from Galt, Ontario in Canada. The team played for three seasons in the Ontario Professional Hockey League, from 1909 to 1911.

Galt Professional won the OPHL league title twice, in 1909 and 1911, and challenged for the Stanley Cup in January 1910 and in March 1911. Both times Galt lost to the Ottawa Senators.[1][2]

Notable playersEdit

Notable players who played for the Galt Professionals were goaltender Hugh Lehman and center Tommy Smith, who both are inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame.



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