Vic Teal was the most successful Minor Hockey Coach in Canadian History. He was a hockey player—a Minor pro and coached 24 O.M.H.A. Championships (Bantam, Midget, Juvenile). He was O.M.H.A Midget Champs in 1939 and O.M.H.A. Juvenile Champs in 1940—1954. He also coached softball (men and women’s teams) and Lacrosse—2 Sr. A Provincial Champs. He worked as an engineer for the Fort Erie then Garden City Arenas. He passed away in 1977 at the age of 69.
- O.M.H.A. Midget Champs 1939
- O.M.H.A. Juvenile Champs 1940-54
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