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Don Simmons (ice hockey)

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Height  1.78 m
Playing career  1951–1969
Weight  68 kg
Name  Don Simmons
Position  Goaltender
Role  Ice hockey player

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Born  September 13, 1931 Port Colborne, ON, CAN (1931-09-13)
Died  September 24, 2010, Ontario, Canada
Played for  Boston Bruins, Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers

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Donald William "Dippy" Simmons (September 13, 1931 – September 24, 2010) was a National Hockey League goaltender. He was called up by the Boston Bruins from the Springfield Indians of the AHL in order to replace an ailing Terry Sawchuk who had left the Bruins in mid-season of 1957. He then spent 3 seasons partnering with veteran Harry Lumley as an effective netminding duo in Boston. Simmons was the first goaltender to adopt the face mask after Jacques Plante introduced it in 1959. Later, Simmons would back up Johnny Bower in Toronto in the early 1960s and was instrumental in the Leafs winning the Stanley Cup in 1962. He finished his career playing with the New York Rangers. Don Simmons was the founder of Don Simmons Sports, a successful Ontario franchise specializing in goalie equipment.

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Awards and achievements

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  • 1962 Stanley Cup Championship (Toronto)
  • 1963 Stanley Cup Championship (Toronto)
  • 1964 Stanley Cup Championship (Toronto)
  • 1963 NHL All Star (Toronto)

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