Uploaded By: St Louis Hodgson on May 26th, 2023
William David "Billy" Creighton (1892–1970) in suit and hat circa 1911.
Kenora native Creighton, a forward position wise, came up through the ranks of the Prairie Provinces in the early 1910s, playing in both Brandon (Manitoba) and Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan), prior to becoming a substitute player in the National Hockey Association (NHA).
In 1912–13 Creighton was a member of the Quebec Bulldogs Stanley Cup-winning team. In 1913–14 he played with the Toronto Ontarios, and in 1916–17 he played 1 game each for both the Toronto Blueshirts and Montreal Canadiens.
In the 1920s Creighton played predominantly for the Brandon Wheat City team in the Manitoba Senior Amateur Hockey League.
Sourced from The Brandon Daily Sun, Feb. 23, 1911. Credited to Unknown.
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