John Shea "Jack" Crawford (October 26, 1916–1973) was a Canadian ice hockey defenceman. He was born in Dublin, Ontario.
He started out in junior hockey with the St Michaels College, winning the Memorial Cup in 1934. In 1935-36 Crawford switched to the West Toronto Nationals where he won a second Memorial Cup.
After part of a season with the Providence Reds, Crawford started his National Hockey League career with the Boston Bruins in 1938. He would also play his entire career with the Bruins and retired after the 1950 season. In 1943 and 1946, he was a member of the NHL All-Star Team. He would win the Stanley Cup twice with Boston in 1939 and 1941.
In 1950 he joined the Hershey Bears as a player-coach for two years. He retired as a player in 1952.
He coached the Providence Reds from 1955–60, winning the Calder Cup in 1955-56. After that he coached the Rochester Americans in 1961-62 and the Cleveland Barons in 1964-65 and part of 1965-66.
Bruins Brimsek, #5 Clapper, #19 Crawford and #12 Hollett hold off Leafs #15 Metz, Game 5 of the 1939 Finals, April 16, 1939.
Bruins' defence 1939-40, Clapper, Crawford, Portland, Shewchuk.
Bruins Brimsek, #6 Jack Crawford and #18 Art Jackson defend against Bryan Hextall and #3 Ott Heller of the Rangers. Game 1 of the 1940 Semi-finals, March 19, 1940.
Bruins Brimsek, #6 Jack Crawford holds off Rangers #16 Alf Pike while #8 Des Smith defends against Lynn Patrick. Game 4 of the 1940 Semi-finals, March 26, 1940.
Cowley, Clapper and Crawford with the Cup in Boston, 1941.
Jack Crawford in the gold jersey introduced in 1940.
Egan, Clare Martin
, Crawford, Pratt, Henderson and Guidolin in 1946.
March 21, 1946 - Jim Conacher
scores on Frank Brimsek during Game 2 of the semi-finals which the Wings win 3-0. #6 Jack Crawford, #18 Jack Church and Ted Lindsay look on.
1947-48 Bruins defense - Flaman, Martin, Crawford, Brimsek, Henderson, Egan.