Legends of Hockey - Spotlight - Red Storey - Treasure Chest
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NHL referee sweater worn by Red Storey between 1951-1959.
NHL referee sweater worn by Red Storey
between 1951-1959.
Whistle used by Red Storey during his eight-year NHL career as a referee.
Whistle used by Red Storey during his
eight-year NHL career as a referee.
On November 1, 1991 Red Storey was presented this medallion by His Right Honourable Ramon John Hnatyshyn, Governor General of Canada, as he officially became a Member of the Order of Canada.
On November 1, 1991 Red Storey was presented this medallion by His Right Honourable Ramon John Hnatyshyn, Governor General of Canada, as he officially became a Member of the Order of Canada.
 Hockey Hall of Fame postcard of Red Storey.
Hockey Hall of Fame postcard of
Red Storey.
On June 9, 1967 R.W. Hewitson sent this letter to Red Storey informing him that he had been named to the Hockey Hall of Fame in the Referee category.
On June 9, 1967 R.W. Hewitson sent this letter to Red Storey informing him that he had been named to the Hockey Hall of Fame in the Referee category.
On January 29, 1992 the Mayor of Montreal Jean Dore sent this letter to Red Storey congratulating him on becoming a Member of the Order of Canada.
On January 29, 1992 the Mayor of Montreal Jean Dore sent this letter to Red Storey congratulating him on becoming a Member of the Order of Canada.
Red Storey's Nomination for Order of Canada appointment form.
Red Storey's Nomination for Order of Canada appointment form.