{{Infobox Ice Hockey Player | position = Centre | played_for = Boston Bruins
Springfield Indians (AHL) | shot = Left | height_ft = 5 | height_in = 11 | weight_lb = 155 | image = Harrypidhirny.jpg | image_size = 200px | nationality = Flag of Canada Canadian | birth_date = March 5 1928 (1928-03-05) (age 89) | birth_place = Toronto, ON, CAN | death_date = December 20,2010 | death_place = [[Toronto Ontario Canada ) | career_start = 1948 | career_end = 1968 }} Harry Pidhirny (born March 5, 1928 in Toronto, Ontario - died December 20, 2010 in Springfield, Massachusetts) , was a Canadian professional ice hockey player. Pidhirny played only two games during the 1957–58 NHL season for the Boston Bruins, but was a top scorer in the minors, and juniors.

He played junior hockey for the Toronto Young Rangers and Galt Rockets. Pidhirny turned pro with the Philadelphia Rockets in 1948-49.

In September 1949 he was traded to the Springfield Indians with whom he would play until 1961. From 1951 to 1954 Pidhirny played for the Syracuse Warriors who were the relocated Indians. In 1957-58 he got called up for a pair of game by the Boston Bruins.

After 1961 he continued to play in the minor pros. In 1966-67 he was the coach of the Springfield Indians. Pidhirny returned to play in 1967-68 with the Muskegon Mohawks. He retired again and then made a brief comeback with the senior Barrie Flyers of the Ontario Hockey Association in 196Ontario

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