The RCMP just took Canadians on a time machine joy-ride after sharing some very old pictures that will get you in the Canadian spirit.\nThe photos in question consist of Canadian officers turned NHL players, shared just in time for the highly anticipated hockey season.\nEditor's Choice: Justin Trudeau Just Listed All The COVID-19 Benefits Canadians Can Get & What They're For\n\nFour former members of the police force were highlighted on the RCMP's Facebook page in an in-depth blast from the past, starting with Lorne Edward Chabot of Quebec.\n\nLorne Edward Chabot (Montreal, Quebec) joined the RNWMP as a 19-year-old in March 1919. His route to the NHL started in...Posted by Royal Canadian Mounted Police on Wednesday, January 13, 2021\nChabot joined the police force in 1919 but later made the switch to the ice and would play for the New York Rangers, the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Montreal Canadiens, among others; he even won two Stanley Cups.\n\nOttawan Hockey Hall of Famer François Boucher also joined the police force in 1919 and was stationed in Alberta.\n\nFrancis “Frank” Boucher (Ottawa, Ontario) joined the RNWMP in May 1919 and was posted to Lethbridge, Alberta, after his...Posted by Royal Canadian Mounted Police on Wednesday, January 13, 2021\nHowever, it wasn't until he caught the attention of the Ottawa Senators that he was relieved of his duties and played in the 1921-22 season; he would later play 14 seasons in the NHL with the Rangers and win two Stanley Cups. \n\nTorontonian Frederick Lionel Hitchman joined the force in 1921 but would leave to play for the Senators, playing three and a half seasons, winning a Stanley Cup, and going on to play for the Boston Bruins in 1925.*\n\nFrederick Lionel “Hitch” Hitchman (Toronto, Ontario) joined the RCMP in October 1921. But just seven months later, he...Posted by Royal Canadian Mounted Police on Wednesday, January 13, 2021\nWalter Lawrence "Gus" Kyle of Saskatchewan joined the RCMP in 1942, played for a local team in New Brunswick, and would sign with the Rangers in their 1949-50 season before moving on with the Bruins in 1951.*\n\nWalter Lawrence “Gus” Kyle (Dysart, Saskatchewan) joined the RCMP in May 1942, putting “hockey player” as his occupation...Posted by Royal Canadian Mounted Police on Wednesday, January 13, 2021\n*Editor's note: This article has been updated.