Paul-Emile "Polly" Drouin (January 16, 1916 – January 1, 1968) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player. He was born in Verdun, Quebec. He played junior for the Ottawa Primrose and the Hull-LaSalle College teams in the Ottawa City Junior League from 1931 to 1934. He then played in the Ottawa City Senior League. He first played four games for the Montreal Canadiens in 1934-35. Over the next six years he played either full- or part-time for the Canadiens. He played a total of 156 games for the Canadiens, scoring 23 goals and 50 assists. After playing in 1941-42 for the Washington Lions he played senior hockey, serving in the Canadian military from 1943 to 1945. He won the Allan Cup with the Ottawa Commandos in 1943. He retired in 1947. 1939 ad External links Edit Polly Drouin's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database Retrieved from "https://icehockey.fandom.com/wiki/Polly_Drouin?oldid=387363" Categories: Born in 1908 Dead in 1968 Canadian ice hockey players Montreal Canadiens players Ottawa Primrose alumni Ottawa Senators (senior) players New Haven Eagles players Washington Lions players Ottawa Commandos players Ottawa RCAF Flyers players Hull Volants players St. Hyacinthe Gaulois players Retired in 1947 Allan Cup winners Add category Cancel Save Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.