Harold "Harry" MacQuestion (March 2, 1918 – February 1987) was a career minor pro hockey goalie. In 1950 Terry Sawchuk had played 7 games as injuries replacement for goalie Harry Lumley. Sawchuk was not available for the playoffs, because he was helping AHL - Indianapolis Capitals - win the Calder Cup. Instead, Harry MacQuestion was called up as the spare goalie for the playoffs. MacQuestion never played a single NHL game, but his name was engraved on the cup with 1950 Detroit Red Wings. When the Stanley Cup was redone during 1957-58 season MacQuestion's name was left off the cup. His name can be still be seen on the original ring at the Hockey Hall of Fame.
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