- Born Timmons, Ontario March 01st, 1926
Position - (Defence)
Height 6' 1" Weight 170 lbs
Shoots - Left
PROVIDENCE Reds 1946 - 1949 (A.H.L.)
NEW YORK Rangers 1948 -1955 (N.H.L.)
VANCOUVER Canucks 1953 - 1954 (Western H.L.)
CHICAGO Black Hawks 1954 - 1956(N.H.L.)
BOSTON Bruins 1956 - 1958 (N.H.L.)
TORONTO Maple Leafs 1958 - 1968 (N.H.L)
PHILADELPHIA Flyers 1968 - 1969 (N.H.L.)
Played on 4 Stanley Cup Teams (1961-1962).. (1962-1963).. (1963-1964)
Winner of the J.P. Bickell Trophy
(Teams most valuable player)
1965 - 1966
Selected for 3 All-Star Teams
2ND TEAM - (1960) - (1961) - (1966)
(Member of The Hockey Hall of Fame)
Teamed up with Tim Horton, they were almost unbeatable. Their separate styles,
Horton a rusher, and Stanley who stayed back on defence, would work to their
Imlach used Stanley in pressure situations which included penalty killing
and taking face-offs in the defensive zone.
In the 1959-60 season Allan Stanley lead all N. H. L. defensemen with ten
During the early 1960's Stanley formed part of the "big four" for the Leafs
defence, which included Tim Horton, Bob Baun and Carl Brewer.
As of May 02, 1997 as noted in the Toronto Star "Where are they now ... the
1966-67 Maple Leafs", Allan Stanley is retired in Bobcaygeon, Ontario after
owning a resort.
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