Winnipeg Maroons (ice hockey)

The 1964 Winnipeg Maroons beat the Woodstock Athletics to win the Allan Cup.

The team roster was: Reg Abbott, Gary Aldcorn, Terry Ball, Sheldon Bloomer, Dick Braun, Ron Castelane, Elliot Chorley, Don Collins, Murray Couch, Mike Daski, Gord Dibley, Fred Dunsmore, Ron Farnfield, Bernie Grebinsky, Al Johnson, Bill Johnson, Lou Joyal, Leo Konyk, Julian Klymkiw, Aggie Kukulowicz, Ron Kullman, Chuck Lumsden, Jim MacKenzie, Tom Marshall, Ross Parke, John Russell, Danny Summers, Terry Hind, President, Bud Holohan (G.M.), Gord Simpson (Coach). The 1964 Winnipeg Maroons were inducted into the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame in the team category.

External links

* [http://www.mbhockeyhalloffame.ca/honoured/champions.html?category=22&id=313 1964 Winnipeg Maroons] at [http://www.mbhockeyhalloffame.ca/index.html Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame]


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