Given the close resemblance to the infamous serial killer itt is an unfortunate name to have. Fortunately Charlie Mason had a nickname he was often better known by - Dutch Mason.
Dutch, a native of Seaforth, Ontario who starred as an amateur in Saskatchewan, played with the New York Rangers for the better parts of two seasons - 1934/35 and 1935/36. Otherwise he bounced around the minor leagues with brief NHL appearances with Toronto and Chicago. In 93 total NHL games he scored 7 goals and 18 assists for 25 points.
Mason returned to Saskatoon after his hockey career came to end. He opened a hotel.