Bill Gerrie ( )
Bill Gerrie is one of the most successful goaltenders of recent history from Ontario. In 1976-77, he began his Junior career with the Junior C Orangeville Lacrosse Club only to move up to Junior A for a single season with Brampton in 1978.
Gerrie played his first year of Major Lacrosse with the Excelsiors in 1979 and played 8 seasons between Brampton and Fergus. A decision to play Senior B for the Orangeville Dufferin Northmen surely prepared him for future successes. In a move back to Brampton, Gerrie won two Mann Cup titles in 1992 and 1993 with the Excelsiors.
Bill kept his winning ways in a Six Nations Chiefs jersey, winning three more titles in a row from 1994-96 -- a handful of Mann Cup rings in as many years. In 21 Senior, Pro and Major seasons, Gerrie played in 366 regular season and playoff games scoring once and adding 200 assists for 201 points.
In the early 90’s, Gerrie also played pro for the Buffalo Bandits where he won two championship titles in 1992 and 1993.
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