Michael Robert Walton - Born January 3, 1945 in Kirkland Lake, Ontario is a Canadian retired ice Hockey centre.
- Memorial Cup Champion 1964 with Toronto Marlboros
George Richardson Memorial Trophy Champion 1964
J. Ross Robertson Cup Champion 1964
- Ken McKenzie Trophy winner 1965 Rookie of the Year in Central Professional Hockey League / CPHL with Tulsa Oilers.
- Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Award winner 1966 Rookie of the Year in American Hockey League / AHL with Rochester Americans
- Calder Cup Champion 1966 with Rochester Americans.
NHL debut on November 20, 1965 at Maple Leaf Gardens vs Chicago. Walton scored his 1st NHL goal vs Glenn Hall of the Chicago Black Hawks on November 21, 1965 at Chicago Stadium.
- Stanley Cup Champion 1967 with Toronto Maple Leafs and 1972 Boston Bruins.
1968 NHL All Star Game player with Toronto Maple Leafs.
- Bill Hunter Trophy winner 1974 Scoring Leader in World Hockey Association / WHA with Minnesota Fighting Saints.
2010 Inaugural member of the World Hockey Association Hall of Fame.