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Leonard Cecil “Len” Grosvenor

Professional Hockey Player. A native of Ottawa, Ontario, he played at the position of Center and Right Wing for a total of seven seasons (1927 to 1933) in the National Hockey League with the Ottawa Senators, New York Americans, and the Montreal Canadiens. His total NHL career consisted of 144 games played, 9 goals scored, 11 assists, 20 points, and 78 penalties in minutes. Besides the NHL Grosvenor also played for the Ottawa Rideaus of the OCHL, Bronx Tigers of the CAHL, and the London Tecumsehs of the IHL before retiring in 1933. After his retirement from hockey he returned to his native Ottawa and worked for the civil service. (bio by: K)


  • July, 21, 1905


  • March, 03, 1981


  • Beechwood Cemetery
  • Ontario
  • Canada

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