Robert Howard "Pinkie" Davie - Born September 12, 1912 in Beausejour, Manitoba – Died October 27, 1990 in Kelowna, British Columbia was a Canadian ice Hockey defenceman, right winger and coach.
- Turnbull Cup Champion 1932 with Winnipeg Monachs
- Abbott Cup Champion 1932 with Winnipeg Monarchs
Memorial Cup finalist 1932 with Winnipeg Monarchs.
- Henri Fontaine Trophy Champion 1933 with Boston Cubs
- Prince of Wales Trophy Champion 1935 with Boston Bruins
- Harry F. Sinclair Trophy Champion 1937 with Minneapolis Millers
Davie was named an AHA First-Team All-Star at defence.
Pinkie Davie made his NHL debut with the Boston Bruins on December 28, 1935 vs Montreal Maroons at The Forum in a 6-3 Boston win.
Eddie Shore talked Davie into wearing a helmet when they played together. Shore started wearing a helmet for the rest of his career after the infamous Ace Bailey incident of 1933.
Robert H. (Pinky) Davie is a Honored Member of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame inducted in 1986.