Percy Jackson (born September 21, 1907, died in 1972) was a professional ice hockey goaltender who played seven games in the National Hockey League. Born in Canmore, Alberta, he played with the New York Americans, New York Rangers, and Boston Bruins.
In 1931-32 he split the season between the Boston Bruins and the Boston Cubs. He spent the next three seasons with the Cubs and was loaned to the New York Americans and played one game on March 18, 1934, losing 9-5. In 1934-35 he was traded to the New York Rangers with whom he played one game, giving up eight goals. The next season he played a game for the Bruins, his last in the NHL.
He returned to the Vancouver Lions in 1937, and played most of his time with them until 1941, when he joined the Tulsa Oilers. In 1943 he returned to Vancouver and played senior hockey for the Vancouver St Regis and the Vancouver RCAF teams. He retired in 1944.