Bev Beaver recognized by Hockey Hall of Fame

Six Nations resident Bev Beaver who had a stellar hockey career, will have some of her artifacts such as a game worn jersey and patches displayed in the Hockey Hall of Fame diversity exhibit. (Submitted Photo)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter It’s now official that Bev Beaver’s phenomenal hockey career, which began in 1963 and lasted for over four decades will be recognized by the Hockey Hall of Fame. Beaver, who is from Six Nations kicked off her stellar career in 1963 playing for the Six Nations Indian Girls Hockey Club and ended her career all be it temporarily in the early 1990’s with the Brantford Lady Blues. Showing that true passion for hockey Beaver still excelled even well into her fifties playing for senior and recreational women’s teams. The Hockey Hall of Fame has decided to honour Beaver by displaying her game worn hockey jerseys and patches in its diversity exhibit joined by a hockey stick used by defenceman Brigette Lacquette, who made history by…

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