Harold McMunn
Harold McMunn
Position Right Wing
National team Canadian Red Ensign 1921.svg.png Canada
Born October 6, 1902,
Lanark, ON, CAN
Died February 5, 1964,
Toronto, ON, CAN
Playing Career 1919 – 1927

Harold Edgar McMunn (October 6, 1902 – February 5, 1964) was a Canadian hockey player who was a member of the Toronto Granites team that won a gold medal for Canada in 1924 Winter Olympics.[1]

McMunn had played for the Winnipeg Falcons the previous year and was the only player from Western Canada named to the 1924 Olympic team. He scored five goals at the tournament. McMunn spent his entire career playing senior hockey in Manitoba, declining several professional offers.


  1. (1998) The Official Olympic Games Companion: The Complete Guide to the Olympic Winter Games 1998 Edition. Brassey’s Sports, 128. ISBN 1-85753-244-9. 
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