Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame – Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Mourns the Loss of
Hall of Famer, Ted Lindsay (1925 – 2019)
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame mourns the loss of Hall of Famer, Ted Lindsay inducted in 2002 as a left winger in Team Canada’s 1972 Summit Series, who passed away on March 3, 2019. Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame’s mission is to share the stories of its Hall of Famers so that their legacy is never forgotten.
Ted Lindsay took on all comers, on and off the ice. It is for this reason that today he is considered not just the finest left winger of all time but one of hockey’s greatest men. In all, he had eleven seasons of 20 goals or more, and four of those he had at least 30. He played in eleven straight All-Star Games (1947-57) and was the first player to score a hat trick in an All-Star Game. During his career, he played 1,068 games and had 851 points and a staggering 1,808 penalty minutes. By the time Lindsay retired as a player in 1965, he was both the all-time points leader and penalty minutes leader for his position, but it was his efforts to form a union among NHL players that was perhaps his greatest achievement of all.
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