First Name: Ted
Last Name: Stackhouse
Sport: Hockey
Inductee Type: Athlete
Year Inducted: Original
Home Town: Wolfville
County: Kings County

Ted Stackhouse was from Wolfville, Nova Scotia. In 1917, Stackhouse played for the New Glasgow Cubs Hockey club, the team that was defeated by the Glace Bay Miners for the Nova Scotia Senior Championship. He played on this New Glasgow team with other original Hall of Famers Neil Wilkie and Thurston Cooke.

An outstanding defenseman, Stackhouse played for the NHL’s Toronto St. Pats during the 1921-1922 season. He played 12 regular season games and 5 playoff games enroute to the team’s Stanley Cup victory that year. This was a superb performance in his only professional season in the NHL. Ted Stackhouse is an Original Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame Inductee.


• Played for 1917 New Glascow Cubs Club
• Played for NHL’s Toronto St. Pats, 1921-22
• St. Pats won the Stanley Cup that year