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Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on June 26th, 2017

Ralph "Bus" Wycherley - Born February 26, 1920 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Died March 4, 2007 was a professional ice Hockey player.

Wycherley played for the Saskatoon Wesleys in 1937-38, then starred as a junior player with the Brandon Elks of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. He helped the Elks to the 1939 Memorial Cup tournament.

Wycherley made his NHL debut in 1940-41. A free agent signee with the New York Americans, Wycherley played in 26 games in the NHL (4 goals, 9 points) while also spending time in the minors.

In 1941-42 Wycherley played in only 2 NHL games with the Amerks, spending most of his season bouncing around the American Hockey League with the Philadelphia Rockets, Hershey Bears and the Cleveland Barons.

From 1942 to 1945 he played senior hockey in Toronto, mostly with the Toronto RCAF Flyers. He sat out the 1945-46 season

Wycherley also played for the USHL Minneapolis Millers and the Kansas City Mohawks

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