Honoured Member of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame

  • Born: February 11, 1872 in Fergus, Ontario
  • Died: August 7, 1943
  • Position: Wing / Half-Back / Forward

An excellent player, a brilliant leader, and best remembered as the man who first organized a hockey club, the Winnipeg Victorias, in the City of Winnipeg on November 3, 1890. Played in the first hockey game in the history of Manitoba on Saturday afternoon, December 20, 1890. Armytage was captain of the Victorias until his retirement at the end of the 1897 season. His greatest game was on February 14, 1896 in a sudden death game for the Stanley Cup when he scored the winning goal in 2-0 victory over Montreal, bringing the Cup west for the first time.

Career Statistics[edit | edit source]

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1890-91 Winnipeg Victorias - 2 na na na na - - - - -
1891-92 Winnipeg Victorias - na na na na na - - - - -

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