Friday, July 1, 2011

Today in history: July 1

We're in the second half of the year. Have a safe and happy Fourth!

Just one birthday today
Harvey Fleming: A player who split the 1957-58 season with the Chiefs and Troy Bruins in the IHL. He started the year in Indianapolis and then went to Troy prior to the team winning the Turner Cup. He joined the Chiefs after playing two junior seasons in Flin Flon, Manitoba. He played two pro years, playing the following season in the Eastern Hockey League with Johnstown. A native of Elliott Lake, Ontario, he was born in 1931. 

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