Employees of Chrysler Corporation Plants of Windsor will have a chance to cheer their representative hockey team to Dominion honors, according to Al Drennan, veteran hockey enthusiast of Plant Three, who headed the Chrysler “International” League last year.
Al manages the team consisting of hand picked players from both plants. They are entered in the Windsor City Hockey League , Class A. If they make good in this league, they will go on to the Provincial Play-offs and then be eligible for the Dominion Tournament. Coach Mickey McGuire is a former professional player with the Windsor Hornets. Other executives of the team are: Harry Nickels Treasurer: Stewart Johnson, First Aid: Tom Terry, Time Keeper: and Ross Golin Property Manager. The league consists of six top-notch teams from the Border Cities and Leamington. Each team has 15 games on its playing schedule.
Photo:L-R Front Row: Stewart Young, Al Crouchman, Ken Thorn, Ken Libby, R. Lefebvre, Peanuts Trombly, Em Awad, Jules Beaupre
Back Row: Al Drennan, R. Minto, W.Renaud, Gerald Curly, Doug Wilson, Bob Cassidy, Ed Saby, Art Normandeau, Mickey McGuire, Ross Goulin
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