Hockey Gods



Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on April 26th, 2018

Jimmy Morris - Born December 15, 1911 in Tacoma, Washington - Died November 27, 1994 was a American amateur ice Hockey player and coach.

Morris was a member of the Trail Smoke Eaters junior A provincial championship team during the 1931-32 season.

Morris joined the senior Smoke Eaters in 1932 and played with them through four Savage Cup championships (1933, 1938, 1940, 1941) as British Columbia champions.

Morris was a key member of the Smoke Eaters during their 1937-38 season, and the 1938 Allan Cup championship as Canadian amateur champions. As part of the same team, he helped the Smoke Eaters win the 1939 World Ice Hockey Championships in Switzerland.

Morris later coached the Smoke Eaters in 1945-46, when they won the 1946 Savage Cup.

Morris then served as a referee with the Western International Hockey League (WIHL) and coach of the Trail Minor Hockey Association.

Morris was also a champion in baseball, lacrosse and curling.

Jim Morris was inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame in 1974

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