Gerald "Gerry" Heffernan (July 24, 1916 in Montreal, Quebec – January 16, 2007 in Moraga, California) was a professional ice hockey player who played for the Montreal Canadiens in the National Hockey League. Heffernan played 83 games for the Canadiens, recording 33 goals and 35 assists for a career total of 68 points. He won the Stanley Cup in 1944.

He played junior hockey for the Montreal Junior Royals from 1934-36 and then joined the senior team. He played for the Royals until 1941 except for one season (1937-38) with the Harringay Greyhounds in Great Britain.

He was a member of the Razzle-Dazzle Line with Buddy O'Connor and Pete Morin. The three of them were called up to the Montreal Canadiens in 1941-42. Heffernan returned to the Royals until 1943-44 when he scored 28 goals for the Canadiens and won the Stanley Cup. That was to be his last NHL season. He played two more years with the Royals before reitirng in 1946.

Heffernan with the Royals in 1938-39

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