Defenceman Tony Savage played the 1934-35 season in the NHL with the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins. He was a gritty defender in his own end who could make a few plays on offense.
Born in Calgary, Alberta, Savage played junior with the hometown Canadians. In 1926-27 he turned pro with the Calgary Tigers of the Prairie Hockey League then moved on to the Can-Pro, PCHL, IAHL and North West leagues.
In 1934-35, Savage finally saw NHL duty during a 41-game stint with the Canadiens. He also played eight games for Boston then returned to the NWHL the next season. He returned to Western Canada to play senior hockey and retired in 1940 after spending a season with the Lethbridge Maple Leafs.