This article is about the player born in 1893. For the article about the player with the same name born in 1909, please see Joe Matte (1909).

Joe Matte (1893)
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Position Centre
Shot Right
Teams Toronto St. Pats
Hamilton Tigers
Saskatoon Crescents
Vancouver Maroons
Boston Bruins
Montreal Canadiens
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born March 6, 1893(1893-03-06),
Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN
Died June 13 1961 (aged 68),
Pro Career 1919 – 1926


Joseph Alexandre Matte (March 6, 1893 in Bourget, Ontario – June 13, 1961) was a professional ice hockey player who played 4 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Toronto St. Pats, Hamilton Tigers, Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens.

He played senior hockey in the Montreal City Hockey League until 1918, when he joined the senior Hamilton Tigers. The team won the Allan Cup in 1919.

The Toronto St. Pats signed him as a free agent in 1919 and Matte was traded to the Hamilton Tigers the next season.

In 1922 the Tigers traded Matte to the Saskatoon Sheiks of the Western Canada Hockey League. After a season he was sent to the Vancouver Maroons where he played for two seasons.

Matte returned to the National Hockey League in 1925-26 with the Boston Bruins. He finished the season with the Montreal Canadiens and retired.

In his NHL career, Matte played in 68 games and scored 17 goals and 15 assists.

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