Forward Emory Sparrow played six games for the Boston Bruins in 1924-25. He was better known as a reliable scorer in the WCHL/WHL where he toiled for several years.
Born in Hartney, Manitoba, Sparrow started his career with various senior clubs in Winnipeg. In 1919-20 he moved on to the Moose Jaw Canucks of the SSHL. Before joining the Regina Capitals of the WCHL. He played most of the next seven years in the league for Moose Jaw, Edmonton and Calgary.
In December 1924, the skillful forward was loaned to the Boston Bruins for a half dozen games. He played sparingly before returning west. Sparrow spent his last two years in the minors before retiring in 1929 as a member of the Philadelphia Arrows of the Can-am League.