First Name: Windsor Maple Leafs Senior Hockey Team
Sport: Hockey
Inductee Type: Team
Year Inducted: 1990

The 1963-64 Windsor Maple Leafs team have been rated one of the strongest senior teams to ever represent the Maritimes in Allan Cup playdowns. Coach Georges Roy presented Windsor and the Nova Scotia Senior Hockey League (NSSHL) with the best combinations any hockey team could ask for, high-scoring offence, hard-hitting defence, and a great goaltender. Some hockey observers felt that the team was too strong for the league. They were right.

Windsor made a shambles of the NSSHL, finishing in first place, 59 points ahead of second-place Moncton. Their record was 58-9-3, with 486 goals for and 233 goals against. Jacques Allard of the Windsor Maple Leafs won the scoring title that year with 183 points. The Leafs pushed aside New Glasgow and Halifax in straight games to win the league championship.

In Maritime championship play, the Leafs crushed the Charlottetown Royals 11-3 and 16-1 on the island and 23-0 in Windsor. The next victims were the Montreal Boisclairs, who the Leafs beat three straight. The run came to an end in the Allan Cup semi-final, with a 3-2 series loss to the Ottawa Montagnards. Although unsuccessful in their bid to capture the Allan Cup, it was quite a year in Windsor. The Leaf’s season stats totaled 74 victories, 12 losses, and 3 ties.

Team members: Jacques Allard, Serge Aubry, Frank Barteaux, Jim Beckman, Bob Brooks, Yves Cossette, Howie Dill (player personel), Marc Dufour, Bill Fenton (president), Alfie Flanagan, Oscar Gaudet, Rod Gaudreault, George Guilbault, Luke Hayden, Earl Hood (manager), Ben LeBlanc, Jean Levesque, Fred Lowthers (secretary; treasurer), Cliff McKay, Art Murdock (director), Simon Nolet, Georges Roy (coach), Rolly Roy, Carl (Chook) Smith.


• 1 of top Maritime teams to play for the Allan Cup
• High scoring team, tough defense and strong goalie
• First place team in the NSSHL
• Made it to the Allan Cup Semi Final vs Ottawa
• Season stats totaled: 74 wins, 12 losses, 3 ties