spent most of his career with the New Westminster, British Columbia, Adanacs. A colourful character, he seemed to always be where the action was. A strong defender and a clever playmaker, he led his team to the Mann Cup in 1947. He turned to coaching when his playing days were over, and wound up as a referee. Victoria picked him up in 1955 when they won the Mann Cup, and he coached the Salmonbellies to Mann Cup victories in 1958 and 1959. His lifetime scoring was '8' goals, helping on ''' for 506 points in ''4 games.