Edgar (Carm) Lauzon
Sport: Lacrosse: Year Inducted: 1990
Edgar “Carm” Lauzon had an extensive career in lacrosse as a goaltender.
In 1930, he played for the Cornwall Canadiens against the St. Andrew Lauriers for the Juvenile title. The Canadiens lost but the Freeholder noted that “the fine work of Lauzon in the Canadiens nets prevented Lauriers from winning by a larger score.”
In 1931, Carm played for Western in the Cornwall Juvenile League.
In 1932, he played for the National Juniors Eastern Ontario Champions against Toronto Mount Dennis, in the Ontario final.
In 1933, he played for the Canadien Juniors, Champions of the Cornwall District, and then winners against the Quebec League. They then played against St. Catharines in the Ontario final.
As a junior, Carm was described in the Freeholder: “He has always played in the nets and frequently makes saves bordering on the miraculous and his sensational work has helped the team out of many a tight attack by the opposing forces. His future looks bright.”
In 1934, he played for Cornwall Canadiens in the Cornwall District Senior League.
In the following year, he played for the Cornwall Seniors in the Quebec Lacrosse League.
For the years 1937, 1938, and 1939, the Cornwall Seniors won the Quebec Lacrosse Association Championship in successive years. They played against Vancouver in the Mann Cup semi-finals.
In 1940, Carm played for St. Regis in the Quebec Lacrosse League and in 1946 he played for the National Cornwall in the Cornwall Intermediate League.
Carm has been a referee in the Senior Quebec League, President of the Cornwall Junior League, President of the Eastern Ontario Lacrosse Association, Cornwall District representative in the Quebec Lacrosse Association, Executive Member of the Quebec Lacrosse Association. He was then Secretary-Treasurer of the Cornwall Lacrosse Club and thereafter made Life Member for meritorious service to lacrosse.