Russell Frederick Phillips (September 17, 1888 in Rat Portage, Ontario - August 22, 1949 in Vancouver, British Columbia) was a Canadian ice hockey player. Russell was a member of the Stanley Cup 1907 champion Kenora Thistles. Russell was the younger brother of the Hockey Hall of Fame member Tommy Phillips.
He played four regular season games as a forward for the Thistles in 1906-07. However in January 1907, along with legendary defenseman "Bad" Joe Hall, Kenora defeated the Montreal Wanderers in a Stanley Cup Challenge game, while Phillips sat on sidelines as a spare. He was still included on the Stanley Cup winning picture, and the award gold plate cup. In 1907-08 he played one game for the Kenora Thistles. Later he played for the New Ontario Hockey League (NOHL)'s Fort William Forts.