Harry Meeking (November 4 1894 – December 13 1971) was a Canadian professional player who played 3 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Toronto Arenas, Detroit Cougars and Boston Bruins. He was born in Berlin, Ontario, Canada. Meeking won a Stanley Cup in the inaugural season of the NHL with the Arenas. After playing his first 2 years in the newly formed National League, Meeking would spend the next 7 years playing in the Pacific Coast Hockey Association and Western Canada Hockey League before returning to the NHL for one more season in 1926–27. He started that season with the Detroit Cougars but would finish his NHL career in Boston after being traded with Frank Fredrickson. Meeking also won the Stanley Cup as a member of the PCHA's Victoria Cougars in 1925 who were the last team outside of the NHL to challenge for and win the coveted title.
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