| 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
172 lb (78 kg)
Toronto Maple Leafs
|Born|| March 7, 1898,|
|Died|| September 24 1973 (aged 75),|
|Pro Career||1922 – 1938|
John Albert "Jack" Arbour (b. March 7, 1898 in Waubaushene, Ontario - d. September 24, 1973) was a former ice hockey defenceman who played for several teams in a variety of leagues between 1922 and 1938. The younger brother of Ty Arbour, he did not repeat his older brother's success in the National Hockey League, and managed only 47 games over 2 seasons with the Detroit Cougars and Toronto Maple Leafs. He finished his NHL career in 1938 with 5 goals and one assist.
He also did some coaching. In 1936-37 he was the player-coach of the Spokane Clippers. Arbour was the head coach of the Calgary Stampeders in 1947-48 and the associate coach in 1948-49. He was the head coach of the Calgary Buffalos in 1950-51.