Francis Joseph Aloysius "Frank" Selke was a Canadian professional ice hockey executive in the National Hockey League. He was a nine-time Stanley Cup champion with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens and a Hockey Hall of Fame inductee.
|Born:||Francis Joseph Aloysius Selke, May 7, 1893, Berlin, Ontario, Canada|
|Died:||July 3, 1985, Rigaud, Quebec, Canada|
|Occupation:||NHL general manager|
About Frank J. Selke
Hall of Fame NHL general manager who led his teams to nine Stanley Cup wins.
Frank J. Selke Before Fame
At age 14, he managed his local hometown's hockey team.
Achievement of Frank J. Selke
He drafted many future superstars while managing the Montreal Canadiens.
Frank J. Selke Family Life
His son, Frank Selke Jr., became the vice-president of the Canadian Sports Network.
Associations of Frank J. Selke
While in the Canadian league, he developed an extensive scout system that discovered future Hall of Famer Guy Lafleur.
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