Oliver Seibert, was an offensive two-way center, who spent three seasons in the OTHL with the New York Rangers. While with the Rangers, Seibert played in 161 games, scoring 71 goals and 181 points with a plus 56 ratings. Seibert would win two Stanley Cups, a Calder, Art Ross, Conn Smythe, and Ted Lindsay during his playing time.
Paul Goodman, won a cup in 1942 with the Bruins and walked away from the game, but the game kept calling for him to return, and in 1946 he signed a two-year deal with the Americans. In the final year of his career, he would return to the Bruins part way through the season to win another Cup, but it never happened. Goodman won a Vezina in 1942.
Georges Vezina, never won a Cup, nor any awards, but he was a steady goalie for the Americans during his career. He signed with the Americans in 1942, and would retire at the end of the season. Vezina would not be pleased how he left the game and would return in 1946 with the Americans. His final three seasons, was filled with most travel to and from the minor leagues. He enters the Hall as a player the fans loved to watch.
Nels Stewart, played for the Rangers, Maroons, and Blackhawks during his career. He would finish with 808 points in 817 games, and win the Lindsay, MVP, Selke, Richard, and Art Ross awards, and was named to All-Stars through out his career. Stewart would win Cups with the Rangers of the 1940s.
Edouard "Newsy" Lalonde, was a goal-scoring center, who played with the Tigers, Maple Leafs, and Rangers. Lalonde, first entered the league in 1942 and walked away from the game, but returned with the Leafs in 1946, before retiring in 1948 with the Rangers, where he would win Stanley Cup. Lalonde finished his career with 169 points in 213 games.
Art Ross, was a defender which started his career with the Blackhawks, and ended it with the Rangers. He would step away for a time to try coaching, but would return in 1946 for chance to win a Cup, which did in the same year. The following year, he would spend most of the season in the minors, before retiring and taking up coaching full-time.
Toe Blake, spent the bulk of his career with the Canadiens where he won his first Stanley Cup. Blake would would win three more Cups at the end of his career with the Blackhawks. Blake would win the Rocket Richard award once and be named to All-Star teams, he also finished in the top 10 for career points with 848 in 855 games.
Maurice Richard, is a two-time MVP, three-time Art Ross, Richard, Lindsay, and Conn Smythe winner. He played for the Canadiens, Red Wings, and Blackhawks, and won cups with the Canadians and Blackhawks. Richard is an All-Star and a true legend of the OTHL finishing his career in second all-time in points with 926 in 844 games. Richard is only player to score 90 or more points in a season and currently holds the all-time record for goals with 414.
Phil Stein, one of the early day star goalies during the early day of the league.
Flash Hollett, was one of the primer talents during this career and was an elite level goal scorer.
Art Farrell, was an offensive center, who played with the Brooklyn Americans. Farrell, played in 161 games and scored 77 goals, 181 points, and was a plus 27 in his three OTHL seasons. He never was able to win a Cup with the Americans, but did make a final. Farrell did win an Art Ross and Hart awards in the same year. Farrell
Blair Russell, was a two-way, offensive left winger with the Rangers. He won two Cups and an Outstanding Player Award before retiring in 1948. Russell finished his career with 75 goals, 188 points, and a plus 60 rating.
Him and Seibert created one of the best duos in the league and were beloved by the Rangers fans, management, coaching staff, and their teammates.
Sly Apps Sr, finished his career with 889 points in 855 games, good enough for fourth overall on the all-time scoring list. Apps won an MVP and Playoff MVP, and was named to All-Star teams. Apps would win a Cup with Maroons, and would also play for the Maple Leafs, Rangers, and Red Wings.
Charlie Conacher, during his career Concacher played with the Maple Leafs, Rangers, Bruins, and Blackhawks. Conacher won with the Cup on several different occasions, and was named to several All-Star teams. Conacher finished career with 754 points in 947 games, and will go down as a true winner of the OTHL.
Butch Bouchard, one of the best defenders during his era and was a tough customer.
Doug Bentley, was one of the primer wingers during his career, along side his brother, Max.
Corb Denneny, before Harry Watson, there was Corb Denneny, who was an elite defensive forward during the early days of the league.
Charlie Gardiner, one of the first goaltenders to become an elite goaltender in the league.
Ted Kennedy, falling only eight points shy of reaching 1000 points, finishing his career with 992 points in 1396 games. Kennedy played his career with the Maple Leafs, Red Wings, Canadiens, and Golden Seals.