Defenseman Bob Copp, who was born November 15th, 1918 in Port Elgin, New Brunswick spent four seasons playing for Mount Allison University, then moved on to also play for the University of Toronto. With his collegiate career behind him, Copp moved on to the Toronto Marlboros which led to him joining the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1942.
Copp played 38 games for the Leafs, scoring 3 goals and 12 points. Though Copp did have a second season with the Maple Leafs, seven full years would pass before he would return to the blue and white. Copp spent that time primarily with the Quebec Senior Hockey League's Ottawa Senators.
During the 1950-51 campaign Copp returned to Toronto to play two more games for the Maple Leafs. Following his second NHL stint Copp returned to the QSHL. When he retired in 1955 he had completed his tenth season with the Ottawa Senators.