Left-winger Trevor Fahey played one game with the New York Rangers in 1964-65. He was better known for his exploits in junior, minor pro and university hockey.
Born in New Waterford, Nova Scotia, Fahey played four years of junior in the OHA, three with the Guelph Royals then one with te Kitchener Rangers. During his third year he was one of the more lethal goal scorers in the league with 26 in 39 games. In 1964-65 Fahey enjoyed a solid rookie year in pro hockey with the New York Rovers and one NHL appearance with the Rangers.
Fahey never had another chance to play in the NHL and toiled in the minors for five more years. His most productive period came with the Des Moines Oak Leaves of the IHL in 1968 and 1969 when he scored 64 goals over the two seasons. In 1969 he was voted on to the league's first all-star team. After leaving pro hockey in 1970, Fahey went home to study and play hockey at St. Francis Xavier University for four seasons. After graduating in 1974, Fahey stopped playing and spent a year as the coach of the Brandon University Bobcats.