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Faces in the Crowd
The Hart Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the "player judged most valuable to his team" in the National Hockey League. It was donated by Cecil Hart, the coach of the Montreal Canadians in 1923, in honour of his father, Dr. David Hart. The Hart family descended from Aaron Hart (1724-1800), who was among the first English settlers in British North America. Hart was born either in Bavaria or in London to where his parents had immigrated. He has been described as an officer of the Britishdoi:10.3138/9781442604438-001 fatcat:mkowjjs4njbn3l2ql5pheadjqq