Alfred George "Alf" Pike - Born September 15, 1917 in Winnipeg, Manitoba – Died March 1, 2009 in Calgary, Alberta was a Canadian ice Hockey left winger / centre / defenceman and coach.
- Turnbull Memorial Trophy Champion 1937 with Winnipeg Monarchs.
- Abbott Memorial Cup Champion 1937 with Winnipeg Monarchs.
- Memorial Cup Champion 1937 with Winnipeg Monarchs.
- Walker Cup Champion 1939 with New York Rovers.
1939 Calder Cup finalist with Philadelphia Ramblers.
- Stanley Cup Champion 1940 with New York Rangers.
- Prince of Wales Trophy Champion 1942 with New York Rangers.
- J. Ross Robertson Cup Champion 1952 as coach of Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters.
- George Richardson Memorial Trophy Champion 1952 as coach of Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters.
- Memorial Cup Champion 1952 as coach of Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters.
- Lester Patrick Cup (President's Cup) Champion 1956 as coach of Winnipeg Warriors.
- Edinburgh Trophy Champion 1956 as coach of Winnipeg Warriors.
Pike made his NHL debut with the New York Rangers on November 5, 1939 vs Detroit Red Wings at The Olympia in a 1-1 OT tie.
Pike scored his 1st NHL goal vs Mike Karakas of the Chicago Black Hawks on November 30, 1939 at 8:50 of the 2nd period at Chicago Stadium in a 7-2 Rangers win. His goal was the game winner.
Pike scored 42 goals (6 GWG), 77 assists in 234 NHL regular season games and 4 goals (1 GWG), 2 assists in 21 NHL playoff games.
In the 1940 Stanley Cup finals vs Toronto, Pike scored the winning goal in overtime (15:30) on Turk Broda in game 1 at Madison Square Garden in a 2-1 Rangers win. He also scored the game 6 tying goal at 10:01 of the 3rd period, which allowed Bryan Hextall to score the Stanley Cup winning goal in overtime at Maple Leaf Gardens.