February 25, 1912|
Watford, ON, Canada
|Died||c. February 1983
Harvey "Red" Stapleford (Canadian ice hockey player and coach. He played for Streatham between 1934 and 1938 before joining the Wembley Lions for the 1938–39 season. He returned to Streatham as player-coach in 1946. After retiring from playing, Stapleford remained as the coach for Streatham until 1954, during which time he was named All Star coach three times. He was inducted to the British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1986.February 25, 1912 – c. February 1983) is a former
He was the father of Sally-Anne Stapleford.
- British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame entry
- Harvey Stapleford career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database
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