Anthony CONROY

United States of America USA

  • Olympic Medals
    1 S
  • Games participations
    1
  • First Olympic Games
    Antwerp 1920
  • Year of Birth
    1895
Olympic Results

Biography

Anthony CONROY

After playing top-flight amateur hockey while still in high school, Tony Conroy joined the St. Paul Athletic Club and helped them win the McNaughton Trophy in 1916-17. St. Paul then took on Lachine, Quebec, for the Ross International Cup and won, despite being forced to play six-man hockey for the first time (hockey started as a seven-man sport). Conroy played for the 1920 Olympic team and still holds the U.S. Olympic record for most goals scored in one game – 10 against Switzerland in a 29-0 rout. In 1925 the St. Paul Club turned professional and became the St. Paul Saints. Conroy stayed with them until 1929, despite offers to join the NHL.

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Antwerp 1920

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