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  • Combine all lists
  • Sort from earliest to latest
  • Add "Nationality" column
  • Make "Age", "Nationality", and "Name" columns sortable


  • Add {{hiddenkey}} to the "Cause of death" column so I can make that sortable. Like so:
  • Car accident = {{hiddenkey|car accident}}
  • Motorcycle accident = {{hiddenkey|motorcycle accident}}
  • Aviation accident = {{hiddenkey|aviation accident}}
  • Boat accident = {{hiddenkey|boat accident}}
  • Brain cancer = {{hiddenkey|cancer of the brain}}
  • Lung cancer = {{hiddenkey|cancer of the lungs}}
  • Leukemia = {{hiddenkey|cancer of the blood}}
  • Drowning/drowned = {{hiddenkey|drowned}}
  • Brain hemorrhage = {{hiddenkey|hemorrhage in the brain}}
  • Suicide = {{hiddenkey|suicide}}
  • Murder = {{hiddenkey|homocide}}
  • Suicide or murder = {{hiddenkey|Unknown}}
  • Supposedly whatever = {{hiddenkey|Unknown}}
  • World War I casualty = {{hiddenkey|World War I}}
  • World War II casualty = {{hiddenkey|World War II}}
  • Coma = {{hiddenkey|coma}}
  • Heart attack = {{hiddenkey|heart attack}}
  • Drug overdose = {{hiddenkey|drug overdose}}
  • On-ice whatever = {{hiddenkey|on-ice incident}}
  • Broken neck = {{hiddenkey|broken neck}}


Add more as we go along.

  • The only problem with it is the fact that some of them aren't decided...hmm


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This is a list of ice hockey players who died during their playing careers.


List[edit]

Age Player Nationality Date of Death Cause of Death Notes
24 Davidson, AllanAllan Davidson  Canada 16 June 1915 World War I casualty Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame.
29 Richardson, GeorgeGeorge Richardson  Canada 9 February 1916 World War I casualty Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame
32 Shore, HambyHamby Shore  Canada 13 October 1918 influenza Played nine seasons for the Ottawa Senators, including 18 in the National Hockey League in 1917-18
26 Baker, HobeyHobey Baker  United States 21 December 1918 World War I casualty Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame; the Hobey Baker Memorial Award is awarded annually to the top American college hockey player
36 Hall, JoeJoe Hall  United Kingdom 5 April 1919 influenza Played two seasons and 38 games in the National Hockey League for the Montreal Canadiens in 1917-18 and 1918-19; Led the NHL in penalty minutes both seasons; Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame
25 Horne, GeorgeGeorge Horne  Canada 31 July 1929 drowning Played three seasons in the NHL From 1925 to 1929 with the Montreal Maroons and Toronto Maple Leafs
26 Connors, BobbyBobby Connors  United Kingdom 27 July 1931 broken neck Played three seasons and 78 games in the NHL from 1926 to 1929-30 for the New York Americans and Detroit Cougars
29 Gardiner, CharlieCharlie Gardiner  Canada 13 June 1934 brain hemorrhage Played goaltender for the Chicago Black Hawks for seven seasons from 1926-27 until 1933-34, the year they won the Stanley Cup; Gardiner was a multiple award winner, won the Vezina Trophy twice, and is a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame
33 Darragh, JackJack Darragh  Canada 24 June 1924 peritonitis Played six seasons and 121 games in the National Hockey League for the Ottawa Senators from 1917-18 to 1923-24 and for seven seasons before that in the National Hockey Association, winning four Stanley Cups; Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame
24 Leswick, JackJack Leswick  Canada 7 August 1934 suicide or murder Played 37 games for the Chicago Black Hawks in 1933-34
30 Miller, EarlEarl Miller  Canada 20 June 1936 unknown Played five seasons and 109 games for the Chicago Black Hawks and Toronto Maple Leafs from 1927-28 to 1931-32
34 Morenz, HowieHowie Morenz  Canada 8 March 1937 complications from leg surgery Played fourteen seasons and 550 games in the National Hockey League, most notably with the Montreal Canadiens, from 1923-24 to 1936-37; Generally regarded the best player of his era, he won two scoring championships, three Hart Trophies and three Stanley Cups; The Canadiens retired his number seven; Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame
30 Deacon, DonDon Deacon  Canada 25 December 1943 fall from balcony Played three seasons and 30 games for the Detroit Red Wings from 1936 to 1940
20 Garrett, RedRed Garrett  Canada 25 November 1944 World War II casualty Played 23 games for the New York Rangers in 1942-43, Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Award awarded annually by AHL to top rookie
25 Turner, JoeJoe Turner  Canada 12 January 1945 World War II casualty Played one game in the NHL for the Detroit Red Wings as a goaltender, a 3-3 tie, the now-defunct IHL awarded the Turner Cup in his memory annually to the league champion
24 Barilko, BillBill Barilko  Canada 26 August 1951 aviation accident Played five seasons and won 4 Stanley Cups with the Toronto Maple Leafs from 1947 to 1951, and scored the legendary Cup-winning goal in overtime of game 5 in the 1951 Finals; the Leafs retired his number five
26 Lowe, RossRoss Lowe  Canada 8 August 1955 drowning Played three seasons and 77 games in the NHL from 1949 to 1952 for the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens, Les Cunningham Award recipient as AHL MVP for his performance during 1954-55, his last season
39 Vezina, GeorgesGeorges Vezina  Canada 27 March 1926 tuberculosis Played sixteen seasons with the Montreal Canadiens from 1910-11 to 1925-26 winning two Stanley Cups; The National Hockey League has awarded the Vezina Trophy annually since his death; member of the Hockey Hall of Fame
29 Balfour, MurrayMurray Balfour  Canada 30 May 1965 lung cancer Played eight seasons and 306 games in the National Hockey League from 1956-57 to 1964-65 winning a Stanley Cup with the Chicago Black Hawks in 1961; he also played for the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins
22 Wasama, JarmoJarmo Wasama  Finland 2 February 1966 car accident Five-time all-star defenseman in SM-sarja. In 1995, the trophy of top rookie of SM-liiga was renamed Jarmo Wasama memorial trophy.
22 Paul, ButchButch Paul  Canada 25 March 1966 car accident Played three games for the Detroit Red Wings in 1964-65.
29 Masterton, BillBill Masterton  Canada 15 January 1968 on-ice head injury Played 30 games in the 1967-68 NHL season with the Minnesota North Stars and is the only player in NHL history to be killed as a direct result of an on-ice incident; the NHL annually awards the Bill Masterton Trophy in his honour, and the North Stars retired his number nineteen
40 Sawchuk, TerryTerry Sawchuk  Canada 31 May 1970 injuries suffered in off-ice shoving match Played 21 seasons and 972 games in the National Hockey League from 1949-50 to 1969-70; Fourteen of those seasons played with the Detroit Red Wings who retired his number one; Set numerous NHL goalie records and won numerous NHL awards; Considered by many to be one of the greatest goalies of all-time; Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame
21 Briere, MichelMichel Briere  Canada 13 April 1971 coma caused by car accident Pittsburgh Penguins rookie played 76 games in 1969-70; the Penguins retired his number twenty-one; The Michel Briere Memorial Trophy is awarded annually by the QMJHL to the league MVP.
28 Svedberg, LennartLennart Svedberg  Sweden 29 July 1972[1] car accident Represented Sweden in the 1968 Winter Olympics and six IIHF World Championships; in the 1970 World Championships he was named top defenceman
44 Horton, TimTim Horton  Canada 21 February 1974 car accident Played 24 seasons in the National Hockey League from 1949-50 to 1973-74, playing twenty of them for the Toronto Maple Leafs; Named to the NHL First & Second All-Star Teams three times each; Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame. Also founder of the Tim Hortons restaurant chain.
29 Maki, WayneWayne Maki  Canada 12 May 1974 brain cancer Played six seasons and 246 games in the National Hockey League, for the Chicago Black Hawks, St. Louis Blues and Vancouver Canucks
24 Gassoff, BobBob Gassoff  Canada 27 May 1977 motorcycle accident Played four seasons and 245 games for the St. Louis Blues from 1973 to 1977; the Blues retired his number three
27 Garland, ScottScott Garland  Canada 9 June 1979 car accident Played three seasons and 91 games in the National Hockey League from 1975 to 1979
26 Ashby, DonDon Ashby  Canada 30 May 1981 car accident Played six seasons in the NHL for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Colorado Rockies, and Edmonton Oilers from 1975 to 1981
33 Kharlamov, ValeriValeri Kharlamov  Soviet Union 27 August 1981 car accident Played in three Olympics, eleven IIHF World Championships and the 1972 Summit Series in which he was infamously slashed on the ankle by Team Canada's Bobby Clarke; Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame
26 Lindbergh, PellePelle Lindbergh  Sweden 11 November 1985 car accident Philadelphia Flyers goalie for five seasons from 1981 until his death in 1985; Vezina Trophy recipient for 1984-85 NHL season; the Flyers created the Pelle Lindbergh Memorial and award it annually to the team's most improved player
23 MacPherson, DuncanDuncan MacPherson  Canada August 1989 Supposedly froze to death after getting lost in Austrian Alps Drafted 20th overall in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft by the New York Islanders
30 Hägglund, RogerRoger Hägglund  Sweden 6 June 1992 car accident Played three games for the Quebec Nordiques in 1984-85
27 Kordic, JohnJohn Kordic  Canada 8 August 1992 drug overdose Played 7 seasons and 244 games in the NHL from 1985 to 1992, most notably with the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs
25 Colman, MikeMike Colman  United States 5 April 1994 car accident Played fifteen games for the San Jose Sharks in 1991-92
29 Karlsson, PeterPeter Karlsson  Sweden 11 March 1995 stabbed to death Played in the Elitserien for Västerås IK
38 Drozdetsky, NikolaiNikolai Drozdetsky  Russia 24 November 1995 Diabetes Soviet player played internationally for the Soviet Union in 1981 Canada Cup, three IIHF World Championships and the 1984 Winter Olympics
25 Batters, JeffJeff Batters  Canada 23 August 1996 car accident Played two seasons and sixteen games for the St. Louis Blues from 1993 to 1995
24 Dupre, YanickYanick Dupre  Canada 16 August 1997 leukemia Played three seasons and 35 games for the Philadelphia Flyers from 1991 to 1996, the Yanick Dupre Memorial is awarded annually by the Flyers organization
29 Morin, StephaneStephane Morin  Canada 6 October 1998 heart attack Played five seasons and 90 games in the National Hockey League for the Quebec Nordiques and Vancouver Canucks; he was awarded the Leo P. Lamoureux Memorial Trophy as the IHL's leading scorer in 1995
32 Chiasson, SteveSteve Chiasson  Canada 3 May 1999 car accident Played thirteen seasons and 751 games in the National Hockey League for the Detroit Red Wings, Calgary Flames, Hartford Whalers and Carolina Hurricanes from 1986-87 to 1998-99
22 Tertyshny, DmitriDmitri Tertyshny  Russia 23 July 1999 slashed jugular vein in boat accident Played 62 games for the Philadelphia Flyers in 1998-99
26 Yegorov, AlexeiAlexei Yegorov  Russia 2 March 2002 suicide Played twelve games for the San Jose Sharks over two seasons between 1995 and 1997; finished his career in 2001 with the Schwenningen Wild Wings
24 Lyashenko, RomanRoman Lyashenko  Russia 5 July 2003 suicide by hanging Played four seasons in the NHL for the Dallas Stars and New York Rangers from 1999 to 2003
25 Snyder, DanDan Snyder  Canada 5 October 2003 car accident Played three seasons and 49 games for the Atlanta Thrashers from 2000 to 2003; The OHL renamed its Humanitarian of the Year award to the Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy in Snyder's honour
31 Zholtok, SergeiSergei Zholtok  Latvia 3 November 2004 heart failure Played ten seasons and 588 games in the National Hockey League for six teams from 1992-93 to 2003-04
30 Čech, MartinMartin Čech  Czech Republic 6 September 2007 car accident Played in the Czech Extraliga

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Diamond, Dan (2003). Total Hockey: Second Edition. Toronto: Total Sports Publishing. p. 640. ISBN 1-894963-16-4. 

External links[edit]

[[Category:Lists of people by age]]