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Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on January 23rd, 2024

Herbert John "Bert" Peer - Born November 12, 1910 in Port Credit, Ontario - Died July 19, 1992 in Mississauga, Ontario was a Canadian ice Hockey right winger.

- English National League / ENL Champion 1938 with Harringay Racers.

- Provincial Senior Hockey League (Quebec) Champion 1939 with Valleyfield Braves.

- J. Ross Robertson Cup Senior Champion 1947, 1948 with Hamilton Tigers.

Peer played 1 NHL game for the Detroit Red Wings on March 15, 1940 vs Chicago Black Hawks at Detroit Olympia in a 4-3 Chicago win. 0 points.

Bert Peer was inducted into the the British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1955

Sourced from President's Collection.


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