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Gord Fashoway (born June 16, 1926 in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba) is a former ice hockey left winger. During the 1950–51 season, he played in his only 13 NHL games for the Chicago Black Hawks.

Following the Black Hawks, Fashoway played for several teams in the Western Hockey League: the New Westminster Royals, Victoria Cougars, and Portland Buckaroos, where he ended his professional career in 1963.

After his playing career he became the head coach of the Oakland Seals for one year in 1968, and then returned to coach the Buckaroos from 1969 to 1973. Under his leadership, the Buckaroos captured their third WCHL championship in the 1970–71.[1]

Awards and achievements

  • Turnbull Cup MJHL Championship (1946)
  • Memorial Cup Championship (1946)
  • USHL First All-Star Team (1950)
  • PCHL First All-Star Team (1952)
  • WHL Coast Division Second All-Star Team (1957, 1958, & 1961)
  • WHL Championship (1961)
  • WHL Championship as coach (1971)
  • “Honoured Member” of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame

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