Though blind in one eye, Frank McGee was a legendary player of his era, and known as a prolific scorer. He once scored 14 goals in a #StanleyCup game and seven times scored five or more. Despite a brief senior career — only 45 games over four seasons — he led the #Ottawa Silver Seven in its reign as Stanley Cup champions during this time (1903–06), playing both centre and rover. During World War I, he enlisted in the Canadian Army and died in battle in France. When the #HockeyHallofFame was founded in 1945, McGee was one of the original nine inductees.