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Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on January 3rd, 2024

Stewart Arnold "Arnie" Brown - Born January 28, 1942 in Apsley, Ontario – Died July 26, 2019 in Lake Orion, Michigan was a Canadian ice Hockey defenceman, coach and teacher.

- Memorial Cup Champion 1961 with Toronto St. Michael's Majors.
- J. Ross Robertson Cup Champion 1961 with Toronto St. Michael's Majors.
- George Richardson Memorial Trophy Champion 1961 with Toronto St. Michael's Majors.

Brown made his NHL debut with the Toronto Maple Leafs on October 28, 1961 vs New York Rangers at Maple Leaf Gardens in a 5-1 Toronto win.

Brown scored his 1st NHL goal vs Jack Norris of the Boston Bruins at 16:09 of the 2nd period on February 7, 1965 at Madison Square Garden in a 8-3 Rangers win

Brown played 681 regular season NHL games, scoring 44 goals (6 GWG), 141 assists with 740 penalty minutes. He played 22 NHL playoff games, scoring 6 assists with 23 penalty minutes.

On the night of November 21st, 1965 at Madison Square Garden, Rangers coach Emile Francis left the bench and ran through the stands to argue with goal judge Arthur Reichert over a Red Wings goal by Norm Ullman. When a number of fans started accosting Francis who they didn't recognize, one fan even had Emile and he was hitting him pretty good, when Brown heard Vic Hadfield ‘Hey that’s Emile in there, let’s go!' so we went up and over the glass behind the bench. So it was a real mess. People were shoving and pushing. And when Brown came down from the top of the glass, they had portable chairs back there then and his foot went right through the back of the chair. So here we are, people pushing and swinging and I’ve got my damn foot caught in the chair.” Arnie Brown later said.

Stewart Arnold (Arnie) Brown was inducted into the Peterborough & District Sports Hall of Fame in 2006

Brown was the New York Rangers defence partner with Harry Howell when he won the Norris Trophy as the NHL’s best defenseman in 1967.


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