Miles Gilbert "Tim" Horton is a professional Canadian ice hockey defender who has played 24 seasons in the National Hockey League. He has played for the Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins and Buffalo Sabers. In 2017, Horton was named one of the 100 greatest NHL players in history. He died in a car accident in 1974 as a result of drunk driving at the age of 44. As a successful businessman, Horton was a co-founder of the fast food chain Tim Hortons.
Hall of Fame NHL defenseman who won four Stanley Cups during his 24-year NHL career. He was the co-founder of the famous Tim Hortons donut and coffee shop.
He played for the Ontario Hockey Association before joining the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1949.
He was ranked in the top 50 on The Hockey News' Top 100 Greatest Hockey Players list in 1998.
He was married to Lori Horton and had a brother named Gerry.
He played alongside fellow Hall of Famer Frank Mahovlich on the Maple Leafs.
- Tim Hortons
- The founders of the fast food chain
- Coffee shop business people
- Players of Toronto St. Michael's Majors
- Retired National Hockey League players
- Pittsburgh Hornets players
- Introduced into the Hockey Hall of Fame
- Buffalo Sabers players
- Pittsburgh Penguins player
Latest information about Tim Horton updated on June 14 2021.