Rolly Huard was a centre wheo dressed for one NHL game with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1930-31. He was better known as a reliable worker in the minors and at the senior hockey level.
The crafty pivot starred in his hometown of Ottawa at University and with the senior Montagnards. After spending the 1925-26 season with the Fort William Forts of the TBSHL, he turned pro with the Windsor Hornets of the Can-Pro circuit. By the late 20's, Huard was a regular in the IAHL with the Buffalo Bisons and Syracuse Stars.
While toiling in the IAHL, Huard was called upon to join the Maple Leafs as an emergency replacement on December 14, 1930. He played solidly and notched a goal to become one of only two players, along with Dean Morton sixty year later, who scored in their only NHL appearance. Huard returned to the IAHL and AHA then retired in 1934 after playing two years with the St. Louis Flyers. He took a year away from the game then returned in 1935-36 to coach the senior La Salle club of Ottawa.