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J. Lloyd Turner

Hockey Builder - Inducted 1980

Lloyd Turner figured prominently in a number of sports before making his contribution in hockey. He came to Calgary in 1907 as a professional baseball catcher and later managed local arenas. He worked with the Calgary Tigers Hockey Team in the 1920s when they challenged for the Stanley Cup. Lloyd Turner coached the Calgary Stampeder Hockey Team to Allan Cup victories in 1945, 1948, and 1950. He was manager of the Corral until his retirement in 1969. Lloyd Turner is one of the original twenty-five Hockey Hall of Fame members.

After Induction

2014 – Springwater Sports Heritage Hall of Fame inductee

Lloyd Passed away on April 7, 1976.