John Douglas - was the gutsy type of player that every coach dreams of.
He was a tireless worker both on offense and defense. In his rookie year he scored 64 goals, most of them from the bucket position where every time he shot he would be knocked flying. He played a total of fifteen years in senior company, primarily with the New Westminster, British Columbia, Adanacs and scored a total of 422 goals, assisting on 94, in 232 games.
He was a member of the Mann Cup winning team in 1947.