Samuel Russell "Rusty" Crawford was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1963. He played for many early NHL teams and won the Stanley Cup twice, including once with the Toronto Arenas in 1918.
He was born November 7, 1885, in Mountain, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada, but lived at Cardinal, Ontario with his family until going to Quebec, to play hockey. He died on December 19, 1971, at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canadaand is buried at South Hill Cemetery.
"Calgary Daily Herald - May 27, 1931
Prince Albert, May 26 - Seriously burned after flaming gasoline ignited his clothes, 'Roddy' Crawford, six year old son of 'Rusty' Crawford, veteran professional hockey star, is making a plucky battle for his life today in hospital" According to this article, there were at least two other children. Wife's name is not mentioned.