Defenceman Harry Dick played 12 games for the Chicago Black Hawks in 1946-47. He was a gritty player in his own end but also had a decent shot from the point and made crisp passes to his forwards.
Born in Port Colborne, Ontario Dick played junior with the Guelph Biltmores of the OHA. He spent the early days of his pro career with the EHL's Atlantic City Seagulls and the Minneapolis Millers of the AHA. His best season was 1940-41 when he registered 45 points and 202 penalty minutes for the Gulls.
After two years of military service during World War II, Dick was a solid addition to the USHL's Kansas City Pla-Mors in 1945-46. He played well after a brief recall to Chicago the next year then returned to KC. He then spent seven years making plays and running into bodies for a number of minor pro clubs before retiring in 1955. Dick's best year was his 14-goal performance on the USHL's Louisville Blades in 1949-50.