James "Peewee" Bradshaw originally was from St. Catharines, where he played his Junior lacrosse with the Athletics, winning two Minto Cups, one as a call up for Brampton.
Taking the trip out West he started playing for the Victoria Shamrocks in 1955. Despite is diminutive size, PeeWee was an instant hit with the fans and pulled double duty coaching the junior team, helping them to the Minto Cup finals in 1957 and '58. In his Western outing of four seasons, he accumulated 177 goals with 132 assists for 309 points.
His partial eastern stats, not yet fully discovered are known for at least 53 goals with 46 assists
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