Ken Webb was just 11 years old when a sports enthusiast gave him an old lacrosse stick.
Ken was soon hooked after watching older boys playing field lacrosse at Dunbar West Memorial Park. He won two Vancouver City finals with the Point Grey Midget club and a Juvenile provincial championship in 1941.
In 1943, Ken joined the Richmond Seniors of the Inter-City League at 17 years of age netting 33 goals in his first full season. Webb lined up with the Navy team in 1944 and spent the next nine seasons with the Richmond Farmers finishing his career in Vancouver. He played in two Mann Cups with Vancouver losing twice to Peterborough.
During his 214-game career, Ken racked up 302 goals and 101 assists for 403 points.
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