Leon Fluck was a lifelong resident of Halifax, Nova Scotia. He was educated at Morris Street School and the Halifax Academy. Later, he went to Dalhousie University, where he graduated from Dentistry in 1923. It was at Dalhousie that he played his most exciting years of hockey and football.
After he graduated from Dalhousie he went on to play, coach, and referee both football and hockey, in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and Massachusetts. He was also an avid participator in water sports, and could frequently be seen rowing in the North West Arm. Dr. Fluck’s other major sporting hobby was golf. Dr. Fluck passed away on June 20, 1966 in Halifax. He is an Original Sport Hall of Fame Inductee.
• Successful hockey player and coach
• Also excelled in football, rowing and golf