Left winger Bob Sabourin played one game for the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1951-52. He was a reliable goal scorer who could battle hard in the corners and in the slot.
Born in Sudbury, Ontario Sabourin accumulated 79 goals in four years of junior with the St. Michael's Majors. He was recalled for one NHL game during his last junior season then began a long minor pro career.
Before retiring in 1968, Sabourin topped the 20-goal mark six times and was placed on the EHL second all-star team in 1966 after scoring 31 goals for the Long Island Ducks. In 1953 he was the top goal scorer in the playoffs when he helped the AHL's Pittsburgh Hornets reach the Calder Cup final.