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Jack Bionda was without a doubt one of the most colourful players ever to pick up a lacrosse stick.
He was big, tough, and had great anticipation. He won the scoring title every year he played a full season. A perennial all-star, he won the MVP three times and scored a total of 1,225 points in 340 games.
Many experts rate him as the greatest box player in history. He appeared in five Mann Cup championships, winning three times. He has won many trophies, including the Commission Trophy in 1959, the Max McDonald in 1955, and the Mike Kelly medal for the Mann Cup MVP in 1959 and 1962.
He also played professional hockey for over twelve years including three years in the N.H.L.
Jack Bionda is an Honoured Member (Player) in the Hall of Fame
Jack Bionda (supplemental)
- Category: Member Supplemental