The NHL's second oldest alumnus passed away on Sunday.
Ray Getliffe, who was said to eat, sleep and talk hockey right up until his death at age 94, succumbed to liver cancer.
Getliffe was born in Galt, Ontario on April 3, 1914, and moved to his life long home town of London when he was six.
He was a great athlete, excelling both at hockey and golf. But he will always be remembered as the man who gave Maurice Richard his nickname. FULL STORY