1964 Hockey Inductees
With only five (yet qualified) entries to the Hockey Hall of Fame in the 1964 Class, it appeared that the Hall would finally be content to have smaller and more focused classes. This wasn’t quite to be yet, as we would have a couple more large group of inductees, but 1964 proved to be a good foreshadow of what the Hall of Fame induction years would eventually become.
Carl Voss played eight seasons in the National Hockey League, though his career on the ice was nothing that would be considered Hall of Fame Worthy. Voss remained associated with the game after he retired and refereed in various American leagues. He would later go to into an administrative capacity of supervising officials and would then become the President of the…Add new comment