|Died||May 12, 1994
|Cause of death||Heart failure|
|Occupation||Sports team owner and executive|
|Board member of||Detroit Red Wings|
|Parent(s)||James E. Norris|
|Relatives||James D. Norris (brother)
Bruce Norris (brother)
Marguerite Norris (1927 – May 12, 1994), also known as Marguerite Riker and Marguerite Norris-Riker, was an American ice hockey executive. She was the first female team executive in National Hockey League (NHL) history.
Marguerite Norris became president of the Detroit Red Wings of the NHL after her father James E. Norris died in 1952. She remained the team president of the Red Wings from 1952 - 1955. She was the first female chief executive in the history of the National Hockey League and was the first woman to have her name engraved on the Stanley Cup, in both 1954 and 1955. The team finished first in all three seasons she was at the helm.
After the championship 1955 season, Marguerite Norris resigned as president of the Red Wings, and her brother Bruce Norris took over running the team.
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