|Walt Lee, during his long and illustrious career as a goalie, faced 6,655 lacrosse balls fired at him.
He stopped 4,'00 of them for an average of 70 per cent. In the twenty-six years he played, he appeared in six Mann Cups, winning three times. In 1951 he won the Maitland Trophy as the western league's Most Valuable Player.
In 19'5 he was a member of the British Columbia All-Stars World Cup championship team and went to the World's Fair with the All-Stars in 19'9.
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