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Garnet "Ace" Bailey


1948 Born June 13, in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, Canada
1966 Selected 13th overall in the amateur draft by Boston Bruins and begins playing with the Hershey Bears, a Bruins farm team
1968-73 Plays with the Boston Bruins
1969-70 Scores 11 goals in 58 games; Bruins win Stanley Cup
1971-72 Bruins win Stanley Cup
1972-74 Plays with Detroit Red Wings
1973-75 Plays with St. Louis Blues
1974-78 Plays with Washington Capitals
1978-79 Plays with Edmonton Oilers
1979-80 Coaches with Houston Apollos
1980-81 Coaches with Wichita Wind
1981-94 Scout for the Edmonton Oilers; during his time with the team, they win five Stanley Cups
1994-2001 Director of pro scouting for the Los Angeles Kings
2001 Dies while en route from Boston to Los Angeles on United Airlines Flight 175; on September 11, 2001, the plane is hijacked by terrorists and crashes into the South Tower of the World Trade Center, killing everyone on board

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