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Steve West (Born - March 20, 1952 in Peterborough, Ontario) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey forward. He would play 142 games in the World Hockey Association with the Winnipeg Jets, Baltimore Blades, Michigan Stags, and Houston Aeros.
West turned pro with the Cleveland Barons in 1972-73 and won the John B. Sollenberger Trophy as the leading scorer in the American Hockey League with the New Haven Nighthawks in 1973-74. He then jumped to the Michigan Stags of the World Hockey Association in 1974-75.
After the WHA folded in 1979 West played two seasons of minor pro and then retired in 1981.
- 1973-74 John B. Sollenberger Trophy
His daughter, Sommer West competed in softball at the 2000 Summer Olympics and played for over a decade in the Canadian Women's Hockey League and was inducted into the Clarington Sports Hall of Fame in 2008.