William John "Billy" Inglis - Born May 11, 1943 in Ottawa, Ontario is a Canadian retired ice Hockey centre and coach.
Inglis played 36 NHL games, debuting on October 28, 1967 with the Los Angeles Kings. He scored his only NHL goal vs Roger Crozier of the Detroit Red Wings on November 5, 1967 at 11:05 of the 3rd in a 6-4 L.A. Kings win.
- Calder Cup Champion 1973 with Cincinnati Swords.
1973 Les Cunningham Award winner as American Hockey League MVP
- Turner Cup Champion in 1982 and 1983 as coach of Toledo Goaldiggers.
Bill Inglis was inducted into the Toledo Hockey Hall of Fame in 2018.