December 8, 1935 |
Lumsden, SK, CAN
|Height||6 ft 3 in (191 cm)|
|Weight||190 lb (86 kg; 13 st 8 lb)|
|Played for||Chicago Black Hawks|
William Charles "Red" Hay (born December 8, 1935) is a retired Canadian ice hockey centre who played eight seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Chicago Black Hawks. He is the son of Hockey Hall of Fame member Charles Hay.
Hay started his junior career with the Regina Pats in the Western Canadian Junior Hockey League in 1952-53. He would then move on to play for the Saskatchewan Huskies in 1953-54 before returning to the Pats in 1954-55. Hay and the Pats would make it all the way to the Memorial Cup that year where they would lose in 5 games to the Toronto Marlboros.
In 1955-56, Hay moved to Colorado to play with the Colorado College Tigers. He received many awards during his stay in Colorado which saw him being named to the WCHA First All-Star Team twice, the NCAA First All-Star Team twice and a berth to the NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team in 1956-57.
In 1958-59, Hay started his pro career with the Calgary Stampeders. In 53 games he recorded 24 goals and 54 points. In 1959-60, Hay made his first National Hockey League appearance with the Chicago Black Hawks. In his rookie season he put up a total of 55 points and was awarded the Calder Memorial Trophy and a spot on the 1960 NHL All-Star Game roster. In 1960-61, Hay and the Black Hawks made a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals. Paired on a line with Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita, the trio helped the Black Hawks claim their first Stanley Cup since 1937-38. Hay would play 6 more seasons, all with the Black Hawks, before retiring.
Awards and honours
|All-WIHL First Team||1956–57|
|All-NCAA All-Tournament First Team||1957|||
|All-WIHL First Team||1957–58|
|AHCA West All-American||1957–58|
- Selected to the NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team in 1957.
- Calder Memorial Trophy winner in 1960.
- Played in 1960 and 1961 NHL All-Star Games.
- Stanley Cup champion in 1961.
|1955-56||Colorado College Tigers||WCHA||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|1956-57||Colorado College Tigers||WCHA||30||28||45||73||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|1957-58||Colorado College Tigers||WCHA||30||32||48||80||23||—||—||—||—||—|
|1959-60||Chicago Black Hawks||NHL||70||18||37||55||31||4||1||2||3||2|
|1960-61||Chicago Black Hawks||NHL||69||11||48||59||45||12||2||5||7||20|
|1961-62||Chicago Black Hawks||NHL||60||11||52||63||34||12||3||7||10||18|
|1962-63||Chicago Black Hawks||NHL||64||12||33||45||36||6||3||2||5||6|
|1963-64||Chicago Black Hawks||NHL||70||23||33||56||30||7||3||1||4||4|
|1964-65||Chicago Black Hawks||NHL||69||11||26||37||36||14||3||1||4||4|
|1965-66||Chicago Black Hawks||NHL||68||20||31||51||20||6||0||2||2||4|
|1966-67||Chicago Black Hawks||NHL||36||7||13||20||12||6||0||1||1||4|
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- "Bill Charles Hay". Hockey Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2011-08-08.
- "1960–61 Chicago Black Hawks scoring statistics". Internet Hockey Database. Retrieved 2010-02-19.
- "Bill Hay – Calder Trophy winner – 1959–60". Hockey Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2010-02-19.
- "1938 Stanley Cup - Chicago Black Hawks". Joe Pelletier's Greatest Hockey Legends. Retrieved 2011-08-08.
- "30 years in 30 days". Calgary Flames Hockey Club. Archived from the original on 7 March 2010. Retrieved 2010-02-19.
- "Bill Hay player profile". Hockey Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2010-02-19.
- "NCAA Frozen Four Records". NCAA.org. Retrieved 2013-06-19.
|Winner of the Calder Trophy