Defenceman Harold Starr played over 200 NHL games for four different teams in the 20s and 30s. He was a solid player in his own end who could play abrasively if the need arose.
Born in Ottawa, Ontario Starr played senior hockey with the local Shamrocks before joining the NHL Senators in 1929-30. Over the next six years he was a solid worker on the Montreal Maroons and Canadiens as well as the New York Rangers. During this time he was a stable performer in 15 Stanley Cup playoff games. Starr retired in 1939 after playing a couple of years of senior hockey in Ottawa.