Bill Squire (Player)
Bill Squire had an outstanding and long 18-year career in Senior A and B lacrosse competition.
Over the course of three decades (1964-1982), Squire played for Ohsweken, Brantford, Detroit, Six Nations, and the Toronto Tomahawks and Montreal Quebecois of the original National Lacrosse League. He won a President’s Cup in ’67 with Ohsweken, a Mann Cup and MVP award in ’68 as a pick-up member of the Brooklin Redmen, and a second President’s Cup and MVP trophy with Ohsweken in ’82. He was third in Ontario’s Major Series Lacrosse scoring in ’69, scoring 63 goals with 49 assists, and in ’72 with Six Nations he scored 64 goals with 58 assists.
In 169 regular season Senior games he tallied 477 points and in 33 playoff games posted 79.
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