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Sport Maple Leafs mourn NHL legend

20:00  24 january  2021
20:00  24 january  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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by Toronto Maple Leafs @ MapleLeafs / MapleLeafs .com. An honoured member of the Hockey Hall of Fame and also named as one of the NHL 's '100 Greatest Players', Red had his banner raised to the rafters on Opening Night 2006, and received a statue on Legends Row in 2017.

The Toronto Maple Leafs are mourning the loss of Jim Gregory, NHL executive and former Maple Leafs general manager. Gregory coached the Maple Leafs minor league affiliate in Vancouver in 1967-68 before joining the front office as a scout in 1968.

Great mourning in Toronto: Long-time captain of the Maple Leafs, George "Chief" Armstrong, dies at the age of 90. He led the team to four NHL titles.

Maple Leafs trauern um NHL-Legende © Provided by sport1.de Maple Leafs mourn the NHL legend

The Toronto Maple Leafs from the NHL mourn their long-time captain George "Chief" Armstrong. The Canadian led the team to four Stanley Cup wins (1962, 1963, 1964, 1967) and is the franchise's record player with 1118 appearances.

Armstrong, who only played for the Maple Leafs in his NHL career, died at the age of 90.

"Rest in peace, George. You will be missed very much," said club president Brendan Shanahan. Armstrong was the team captain for twelve years. The striker retired in 1971 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1975. In the 1988/89 season, the club legend from Skead / Ontario was temporarily head coach of the Leafs.

Armstrong was one of the first professional ice hockey players of Native American origin. Hence his nickname "Big Chief Shoot-the-Puck".

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