|Birthname||Curtis Lester Patrick|
|born on||31 December 1883 at 23:59 (= 11:59 PM )|
|Place||Drummondville, Quebec (CAN), 45n53, 72w29|
|Timezone||LMT m72w29 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||10°14' 11°35 Asc. 07°32'|
Canadian hockey player. He and his two-year-older brother were both avid hockey players during the pioneer days of Canadian Hockey. Both boys played for major teams; by 1906 Frank was Captain of the McGill University team and Lester played for the Montreal Wanderers.
Eric Whitehead in his biography, "The Patricks: Hockey's Royal Family," 1980, gives eye-opening glimpses of hockey's early years.
The brothers developed the NHL playoff system, introduced hockey to the west coast and refined the rules of the game. Lester was later a Manager of the N.Y. Rangers and NHL governor.
He died on 1 June 1960 in Victoria B.C.
- Work : Gain social status 1906 (Captain of the University team)
Storme quotes data given in Sports magazine, AQ 6/1959
- Vocation : Sports : Hockey