Ike Hildebrand - started his career with the New Westminster, British Columbia, Salmonbellies in 1943.
He won the Mike Kelly medal for the Mann Cup series MVP at the age of sixteen, and won four scoring titles during his playing days. Ike was one of the few players who transferred from West to East and played in five Mann Cup series.
He was on thirteen league all-star teams in fifteen years, scored over 1,300 points, winning the scoring titles in 1946, 48, 54, and 55.
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