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Walter George "Wally" Monson (November 29, 1908 – January 9, 1988) was a Canadian ice hockey center who competed in the 1932 Olympics. He was a member of the Winnipeg Winnipegs which won the gold medal. He played all six matches and scored seven goals.
After playing amateur ice hockey with the Saint John Beavers and the Pittsburgh Yellow Jackets, Monson went to the United Kingdom to play professional ice hockey with the Harringay Racers between 1936 and 1940. After World War II, Monson returned to Winnipeg where he coached the Winnipeg Monarchs to the Memorial Cup in 1946.
He was inducted into the British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1955.
|1934-35||Saint John Beavers|
|1940-41||Glace Bay Miners||CBSHL||26||5||8||13||4||4||0||3||3||4|
|1941-42||Glace Bay Miners||CBSHL||38||16||21||37||11||7||0||2||2||2|
|1943-44||CUAC Blues||MJHL||18||11||6||1||23||2nd North||3||1||2||0||Lost Div Semi|
|1944-45||CUAC Blues||MJHL||12||2||10||0||4||3rd North||4||2||2||0||Lost Div Final|
|1945-46||Winnipeg Monarchs||MJHL||10||8||1||1||17||1st||7||6||1||0||Won League|
|Memorial Cup||-||-||-||-||-||-||10||8||2||0||Won Abbott Cup|
|-||-||-||-||-||-||7||4||3||-||Won Memorial Cup|
|1946-47||Winnipeg Monarchs||MJHL||15||12||3||0||24||2nd||7||3||4||0||Lost Final|
|1947-48||Winnipeg Monarchs||MJHL||23||11||10||2||24||3rd||12||8||3||1||Won League|
|Memorial Cup||-||-||-||-||-||-||6||2||4||0||Lost W Semi Final|
|1948-49||Winnipeg Monarchs||MJHL||30||11||19||0||22||3rd||3||0||3||0||Lost Semi Final|
|1949-50||Winnipeg Monarchs||MJHL||36||16||20||0||32||2nd||12||6||6||0||Lost Final|
|1950-51||Winnipeg Monarchs||MJHL||36||26||9||1||53||2nd||10||8||2||0||Won League|
|Memorial Cup||-||-||-||-||-||-||15||7||7||1||Won Abbott Cup|
|1951-52||Winnipeg Monarchs||MJHL||36||26||10||0||52||1st||5||4||1||0||Won League|
|Memorial Cup||-||-||-||-||-||-||6||1||3||2||Lost W Semi Final|
|1952-53||Winnipeg Monarchs||MJHL||36||16||19||1||33||3rd||4||0||4||0||Lost Semi|
|1953-54||Winnipeg Monarchs||MJHL||36||13||23||0||26||4th||5||1||4||0||Lost Semi|
Awards & Achievements Edit
- Olympic Gold Metalist (1932)
- Turnbull Cup (MJHL) Championship (1946, 1948, 1951 & 1952)
- Abbott Cup Championship (1946 & 1951)
- Memorial Cup Championship (1946)
- MJHL First All-Star Team Coach (1948 & 1953)
- MJHL Second All-Star Team Coach (1949 & 1950)
- Inducted into the British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1955
- “Honoured Member” of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame