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Robert was a pioneer goaltender in organized hockey. His career is documented beginning in 1889 with The Montreal Victorias. Though his success would not be seen until near the end of his career. Between 1889 and 1894 he only won one game. But things much like the furtune of the Montreal Victorias changed after this point and he was a member of a few winning seasons. Robert was initially the starting goaltender for the vics though many other players would often challenge for this position in the early days of hockey. He would once again establish dominance as the teams starting goaltender in 1895.
Robert got a start as goaltender of the Montreal Victorias after a string of two losses by the victorias in 1895 by then goaltender Hartland MacDougall. Robert won the job again by going on a 4 game winning streak securing the Stanley Cup for the Montreal victorias for the first time. After losing the Stanley cup to Winnipeg in 1896 he did not play again. Gordon Lewis would take over goaltending duties. Robert is known for winning a Stanley Cup. His greatest feat however is his career play statistics near the end of his career. After 1894, Robert played in 13 regular season matches winning 12 games in competition. Robert only played regular goal for the Victorias. He retired after losing the Stanley Cup in 1896.
- Lead league in wins in 1895-96 (bold denotes league leader).
- Statistics do not include non regular season tournaments.
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