Centre Bobby Lee made into one NHL game with the Montreal Canadiens in 1942-43. He enjoyed a length career in Britain and the senior leagues of central Canada.
Born in Verdun, Quebec Lee played senior hockey at Queen's University and Montreal Lafontaine. After leading the EHL in scoring with the Baltimore Orioles in 1935-36, Lee headed to Britain and joined the Brighton Tigers. He then spent three years with the Earls Court Rangers before joining the senior Quebec Aces.
In 1942, Lee signed on with the senior Montreal Royals and was summoned by the Habs as an injury replacement. He then spent some time with the Montreal RCAF during World War II before serving for two years. Lee settled in Britain after the War and was a top scorer in the British League. Before retiring in 1954, the slick pivot topped the 100-point mark three times during eight seasons with the Brighton Tigers.