Les Norman was named the Western Lacrosse Association's rookie-of-the-year in 1959, as a member of the New Westminster, British Columbia, Salmonbellies.
Les was the Mann Cup's Mike Kelly MVP in 1965, W.L.A. MVP in 1961, three times selected as league's outstanding goalie, and seven times an all-star. Les played in five Mann Cup championships, and was on the winning team three times.
His lifetime average of shots stopped is 75.8 percent and at the time of his induction he was the only Western goalie to hold a shutout in league play.
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