The Montreal media referred to him as “… the best and most-talked-of net-minder in amateur hockey…” Following a play-off game in Toronto, Ralph Allen of the Globe and Mail wrote that he had put on “one of the most amazing one-man shows the Gardens had seen in years.” He got his start under Bill Miller in Campbellton High School before moving on to Mount Allison where he served as goal-tender, captain and occasional coach.He starred on four Maritime Senior “A” championship teams from 1937 to 1941.As a finishing touch to his career, in April of ’42 he replaced an injured Chicago Black Hawk goaler in a crucial match against the Montreal Canadians- and won the game! The call of the business world was stronger than that of the N.H.L.; following his triumph for Chicago, he moved from the goal-crease to the executive suite.Allied’s gain was hockey’s loss. Enrolled in the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, June 1st, 1991.
Played one game in the National Hockey League with the Chicago Black Hawks in 1942 (goal tender)
Played with the Montreal Pats of the Quebec Senior League in 1941-42
Helped Mount Allison University to NB and Maritime Intercollegiate titles in 1935
Helped Mt. A to the 1934 Senior "B’’ NB and Maritime championships
Won Maritime Senior "A" titles with Saint John Beavers (1938, ’39) and Sydney Millionaires (1940, ’41)