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Ross Parke (Born – February 18, 1932 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) was a Canadian ice hockey amateur forward who played in the 1965 World Championship for the Canadian National Team in Tampere, Finland, and also played for the Winnipeg Maroons, Allan Cup Champions in 1964.
|1950-51||Winnipeg Monarchs (note)||MJHL||35||18||11||29||6||29||11||8||19||8|
|1954-55||Michigan State Spartans||NCAA||na||na||na||na||na||na||na||na||na||na|
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|1957-58||Michigan State Spartans||NCAA||na||na||na||na||na||na||na||na||na||na|
Note: Playoff stats are combined MJHL and Memorial Cup.
Awards & Achievements Edit
- 1951: Winnipeg Monarchs Junior Abbott Cup Champions
- 1954-58: Michigan State University NCAA hockey-team leading scorer 3 consecutive years
- 1961: Winnipeg Maroons – Patton Memorial Cup Champions
- 1961: Represented Canada in Czechoslovakia tour
- 1962: MVP in Geneva tournament ( Russia, Czechoslovakia, Wpg Maroons)scored 6 goals in one game
- 1964: Allan Cup Champions. Leading scorer in total points for series
- 1965: Canada National Team – World Hockey tournament in Tampere, Finland
- 1966: Coached the River Heights Midget Team - City Champions
- 1967: Coached the River Heights Juvenile Team – City and Provincial Champions
- 1972: Played in Russia with the Canadian Old Timers