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Burnaby Sports Hall of Fame 2003
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Hockey

BURNABY LAKERS

The 1980 Burnaby Lakers senior men's ice hockey team did what no other Lower Mainland team and only two other B.C. teams had done before &endash; win the Canadian intermediate A hockey championship.

The Lakers, the defending North Shore league and playoff champs, defeated eastern winners Fredericton Capitals in three straight games at the Pacific Coliseum to claim the coveted Hardy Cup in 1980.

The Burnaby team defeated teams from Vernon, Prince Rupert and Port Alberni in separate series to win the provincial Coy Cup championship. They then moved on to beat two Alberta clubs in best-of-five series to take the Western Canadian title as well.

Burnaby Lakers Hockey (Intermediate 'A' - 1980)

Back: Dave Duck, Doug Tottenham, Jim Pasutti, Gord Girard, Ron Langham, Rick Kranc.
Middle:
Ron Clarke (Trainer), Chuck Alpaugh, Gary Forbes (General Manager and Coach), Keith Tucker, Keith Tindle, Derek Williams, Steve Block, Morris Davidson, Craig Butler, Gord Gibson, Sandy Bain, Brian Forbes (Ass't Coach), Tod Dean (Director of Hockey Operation), Ray Dejulius (Public Relations), Cryl Cave (Equipment Manager).
Front: Pat Thorp, Wally Allinson, Scott Wren, Rob Desveaux, Terry Bingley.

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