Lawrence Northcott - Playing Career - Montreal Maroons

Montreal Maroons

Northcott achieved all-star status in 1932–33 playing on a line with Jimmy Ward and Hooley Smith. In the 1934-35 Stanley Cup playoffs he scored the winning goal in two games, helping the Maroons win the Stanley Cup.

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