1973 Cliff Sepka 262

initially gained prominence when he led the New Westminster, British Columbia, junior Salmonbellies to the Minto Cup in 195'. He played his entire senior career with the Salmonbellies and scored a total of 746 goals and assisted on 581. A perennial all-star, he played on four Mann Cup championships and was named the Most Valuable Player in the 1968 National Professional Association finals. A clever player, he had a great overhand shot and was dangerous in a clutch. He won the Maitland Trophy in 1955 and 196', the Commission Trophy in 196', the Max McDonald Trophy in 1965, and the Huddleston Trophy in 196'.

 

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