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This team represented Canada at the 1951 World Championships. The story of the 1951 Lethbridge Maple Leafs journey to world amateur champions is being researched and results posted as part of the 60th Anniversary of the gold medal victory in Paris, France at www.lethbridgemapleleafs.com

This list is incomplete.

HistoryEdit

The Lethbridge Maple Leafs were the 1949-50 Western Canada Intermediate Champions. See 1949-50 Western Canada Intermediate Playoffs.

RosterEdit

  • Dick Gray Playing Coach Defence
  • Whitey Rimstad Defence
  • Robert McGregor Defence
  • Bill Chandler Left Wing
  • Mallie Hughes Goalie
  • Bill Gibson Centre
  • Tom Wood Centre/Right Wing
  • Jack Summer Equipment Manager
  • Don McLean Left Wing
  • Bert Knibbs Right Wing/Left WIng
  • Don Vogan Defence
  • Stan Obodiak Centre
  • Nap Milroy Centre
  • Lou Siray Right Wing
  • Carl Sorokoski Goalie
  • Jim Malacko Defence
  • Hec Negrello Right WIng
  • Ken Branch Utility Player


TourEdit

Jan 1		6-8  Nottingham Panthers @ London
Jan 5		3-1  Falkirk Lions @ Falkirk
Jan 6		4-6  (2:4, 1:0, 1:2) Paisley Pirates
Jan 8		2-3  Streatham @ London
Jan 9		1-5  (0:2, 0:3, 1:0) Earls Court Rangers @ London
Jan 12		2-6  (1:1, 1:1, 4:0) Switzerland @ Basle
Jan 14		3-1  (1:0, 2:1, 0:0) Switzerland @ Zurich
Jan 16		4-1  Riesersee @ Munich
Jan 17		10-4 EV Füssen
Jan 19		4-1  Riesersee @ Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Jan 20		5-2  EV Füssen @ Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Jan 21		8-3  EV Füssen & Riesersee combined @ Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Jan 23		6-6  (2:2, 3:0, 1:4)Krefeld Preussen @ Krefeld
Jan 24		5-4  Krefled Preussen @ Cologne
Jan 27		11-1 United States @ Paris
Jan 29		2-1  Milan SC
Jan 30		10-3 (4:1, 2:0, 4:2) Milan International @ Milan
Feb 1		4-3  Milan International & SC combined
Feb 2		12-1 Ambri Picotti
Feb 4		9-8  (2:5, 5:0, 2:3) Berne
Feb 5		12-1 Berne
Feb 6		11-2 (6:1, 3:0, 2:1) Switzerland @ Zurich
Feb 7		15-0 Neuchatel Young Sprinters
Feb 8		2-0  (1:0, 0:0, 1:0) Lausanne
Feb 9		3-2  La Chaux de Fonds
Feb 11		7-2  (0:2, 2:0, 5:0) EHC Arosa @ Arosa
Feb 13		11-3 Davos @ Davos
Feb 14		7-2  Davos @ Zurich
Feb 17		13-2 Belgin Canadians @ Liege
Feb 18		21-1 Belgin @ Brussel
Feb 21		11-2 Dutch & Canadians @ The Hague
Feb 23		2-1  Gavle
Feb 25		10-2 Mora
Feb 27		10-2 Leksand
Feb 28		7-2  Karlskoga Wormlands (Sweden)
Mar 2		5-1  (2:0, 3:0, 0:1) Sweden @ Stockholm
Mar 3		10-2 Sweden @ Stockholm
Mar 4		4-2  (1:1, 0:0, 3:1) Sweden @ Stockholm
Mar 7		8-3  Harringay Racers @ London
Mar 10		11-1 (4:0, 4:0, 3:1) Finland @ Paris (WCh)
Mar 11		8-0  (3:0, 1:0, 4:0) Norway @ Paris (WCh)
Mar 13		17-1 (0:1, 7:0, 10:0) Great Britain @ Paris (WCh)
Mar 15		16-2 (5:0, 1:1, 5:2) United States @ Paris (WCh)
Mar 16		5-1  (0:1, 3:0, 2:0) Switzerland @ Paris (WCh)
Mar 17		5-1  (1:0, 2:0, 2:1) Sweden @ Paris (WCh)
Mar 21		5-0  United States @ London
Mar 22		4-3  (0:0, 2:3, 2:0) England @ London (Churchill Cup)
Mar 23		8-4  Wemblay @ London
Mar 26		5-5  Earls Court Rangers
Mar 28		3-9  Harringay Racers
Apr 2		5-2  (2:0, 2:1, 1:1) Streatham
Apr 3 		6-7  Brighton Tigers

RecordEdit

Games Played: 48

Won: 39


Photo GalleryEdit


See AlsoEdit

Canadian Team Overseas Exhibition Tours

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