Streatham Redskins - teams from the past
Back row: Roman Culik, Peter Molnar, Owen Murphy, Dan Botting, Chris Rasmussen, Dave Carr, Kent Johnson.
Middle row: Don Young (Assistant Manager), Laura Price, Gennadi Yufit, Jay Richards, Adrian Wheeler, Liam Rasmussen, Perry Richardson, Louis Lockwood, Graham D'Anger (Manager).
Front row: Stefan Nubert, Terry England (Assistant Coach), Russell Stevens, Ed Koral, Casimir Madren-Britton, Barry Spours (Coach), Will Sanderson.
Also icing that season: Josh Allam, Richard Hardy, Shane Walsh, Nicholas Cousin, Lukas Zilak, Joe Weare, Remy Boprey, Kelvin Dodd, Jokob Siegeris, Fred Carnegy, Chris Wittenberg, James Tanner (NM, Khalid Abdulwaheed (NM), Samantha Bolwell (NM).
Back row: Brian Paris (Equipment Manager), Graham D'Anger
(Assistant Manager), Gyorgi "George" Kovacs, Robert England,
Chris Rasmussen, Robert Formisano, Rupert Quiney, Casimir
Madren-Britton, Owen Wilson, Joe Reynolds, Liam Rasmussen, Thomas Grouard.
Middle row: Pauline Buchanan-Black (Manager), Shane Walsh,
Steve Paris, Andre Ward, Josh Allam, Perry Richardson, Martin Lambert,
James Sanderson, Nathan Webb, Jeanette Onnered (Physiotherapist), Don Young (Game Night Supervisor).
Front row: Fred Carnegy, James Tanner, Barry Spours, Darryl
Morvan (Head Coach, taking over from Warren Trunchion late
in the season), Joe Johnston, Shane Kemp, Ed Koral.
Back row left to right: Stephan Nubert, Wayne Trunchion, Rob England, Ed Koral, Chris Rasmussen, Casimir Madren-Britton, Rupert Quiney, Scott Cannam, Liam Rasmussen, Sean Easton, Joe Reynolds.
Middle row left to right: Nathan Webb, Louis Lockwood, Steve Paris, Andre Ward, Milan Sotak, Jerry Pavlus, Perry Richardson, Josh Allam.
Front row left to right: Michael Gray, Fred Carnegy (alt. captain), Dean Birrell (coach), Joe Johnston (captain), Pauline Buchanan Black (manager), Shane Walsh (alt. captain), Jonathan Silvester.
Back row left to right: Perry Richardson, Harry Bishop, Craig Metcalf, Jack Tarczycki, Ed Koral, Robert Blazowski, Josh Allam.
Middle row left to right: Pauline Buchanan Black (manager), Tim "Knuckles" Woelke (never signed), Louis Lockwood, Richard Hardy, Sean Easton, Fred Carnegy, Robert Formisano, Chris Rasmussen, Barry Spours, Brian Paris (equipment manager).
Front row left to right: Conor Sheehan, Steve Paris, Warren Trunchion (assistant coach), Wayne Trunchion, Dean Birrell (coach), Joe Johnston, James Tanner.
Back row left to right: Andy Maslak, Josh Allam, Luke Fitzmaurice, Ed Koral, James Sanderson, Jack Tarczycki, Louis Lockwood.
Middle row left to right:Robert Blazowski, Peter Krsjak, Peter Quiney, Chris Rasmussen, Fred Carnegy, Robert Formisano, Robert Rathbone, Shane Walsh, Dean Birrell (coach).
Front row left to right: Pauline Buchanan Black (manager), Adam Noctor, Warren Truchion, Steve Paris, Wayne Trunchion, Glen Jackson.
Back row left to right: Tom Paris, Josh Allam, Luke Fitzmaurice, Will Houchen, Chris Wittenberg, Perry Richardson, Brian Paris (equipment manager).
Middle row left to right: Adam Goldstone (coach), Rob Kowalenko, Victor Somfaleanu, Chris Rasmussen, Simon Greaves, Robert Formisano, Fred Carnegy, ??, Nick Bigwood, Pauline Buchanan Black (manager).
Front row left to right: Adam Noctor, Wayne Truchion, Steve Paris, Peter Quiney, Warren Trunchion, David Smith, James Tanner.
Back row left to right: Josh Allam, Nick Walsh, Luke Fitzmaurice, Chris Wittenberg, Steve Dulmage.
Middle row left to right: Tom Alexander, Ed Koral, Chris Rasmussen, Warren Trunchion, Will Houchen, Fred Carnegy.
Front row left to right: Adam Noctor, Adam Goldstone (player/coach), Steve Paris, Joe Johnston, Wayne Truchion, Peter Quiney, James Tanner.
Streatham did not ice a senior team for almost a decade. Adam Goldstone, then Head Coach
of Streatham Youth Ice Hockey Club, re-established a team in 2003.
Back row left to right: Gerald Westcott, Jimmy Johnston, Alexi Kuznetnov, Tom Paris, Dave Smith, Peter Quiney, Jamie Burt, Ben Chalice, Gareth Armstrong (now playing with the Chiefs), Shaun Lavoy (now a successful Toronto coach who returned to Streatham for several years to make our hockey school the best anywhere in the country), Dick Lillie (Medical Officer, ex-netminder and the origin of the old Redskins slogan "Eat them raw").
Front row left to right: John Wynne, Steve Paris, Richard Herbert, Peter Collins, Joe Johnston, Adam Goldstone, John Noctor
Back row left to right: Jimmy Johnston, Fred Perlini, Ben Chalice, Peter Collins, Darren Dirkson, Brad Gratton
Front row left to right: Charlie May, Adam Goldstone, Richard Herbert, Richard Boprey (affectionately known as Super Mario), Adam Anderson, Graeme Collins, Simon Burns. Chris Gore tells me that the Redskins netminders for the 92/93 season were Charlie May, John Wynne, Simon Burns and Nathan Roue. Simon Burns replaced Charlie May in the squad in December and Nathan Roue returned to the club on loan from Chelmsford (?) in January. John Wynne seemed to then play for the Bruins, Charlie May was also around later on in the season as he replaced Simon Burns once in February due to injury/illness. Michael Baker has provided lots of photos of the players of this period - click here to see them.
Back row left to right: Micky Carter, Wayne Martin (equipment), Dick Lilley (physio), Mark Nicholls, Paul Williams, Steve Condren, Darrin Zinger (coach), Fred Perlini, David Smith, Michael Blaize, Ben Challice, John Willet (manager)
Front row left to right: Jamie Grindlay, Darren Fitzpatick, Jim Johnston, Brett Kelleher, Mark Salisbury, Dean Musgrave.
This photo was taken by Chris Pitt and appeared in the Ice Hockey Annual.
Note that the Redskins did not compete in 1990-91.
Back row left to right:
Simon Howard; Ronnie Evans-Harvey; Jon Beckett; Andrew Sparks; Darrin Bloomfield.
Middle row left to right:
Dick Lilley (physio); Robin Pridham (assistant manager); Jim Johnston; Mark Nicholl; Randy Oswald; Trevor Cogan; Josef Lukac; Vincent Lukac; Gerald Westcott (equipment); Adam Goldstone; John Willett (chairman).
Front row left to right:
Jim Graves; Andy Leggatt; Ron Howard (manager); Nicky Iandoli; Richard Farnsworth (coach); Peter Collins; John Noctor.
Back row left to right: Adam Goldstone, Adrian Smith, Steve James, Mark Salisbury, Nicky Iandoli.
Middle row left to right: Red Imrie (Coach), Jim Johnston, Mark Nicholls, Warren Rost (still plays for Slough Jets), Graham Waghorn, Trevor Cogen, Monty Wise (still comes to see the Redskins sometimes).
Front row left to right: the late Mike Palletier (killed in the 9/11 attacks), Peter Collins, Barry Spours (back playing for us in 2006-07), Kurt Wickeneiser (nickname Big Wick), John Noctor, Peter Quiney, Tim Lappin.
It was a season to forget for many of the Redskins supporters, but they turned out week after week to watch them play and still felt very proud of what Streatham meant to them, just as today. 36 games were played: 4 won, 30 losses, 2 drawn with 221 goals for but 453 against. The Redskins were relegated from the Heineken Ice Hockey Premier Division after the play-offs against the Cardiff Devils. They were at least London cup finalists.
Thanks to Michael Baker for supplying this photo and the information.
Back row left to right: Mark Nichols;Nicky Iandoli; Adrian Smith;Mark Salisbury; Peter Collins; Adam Goldstone; Monty Wise.
Middle row left to right: Steve Stere(assistant equipment manager); Jim Johnston; Kurt Wickenheiser; Mark Didcott; Chris Tarnowski; Warren Rost; Gerald Westcott(equipment manager).
Front row left to right: Barry Spours; Alec Goldstone(manager); Tony Goldstone; Peter Quiney; Steve James;John Rost(chairman);Andy Nunn. If my source's memory serves him well, Paul McGarvey travelled from Glasgow for games!
Back row left to right:Trevor Cogan; Brent Hogan; Tim Hammond;Gary Cloonan.
Middle row left to right:Gerald Westcott(equipment manager); Phil Adams;Peter Quiney; Adam Goldstone;Jim Johnston.
Front row left to right: Monty Wise; Neil Brown;Craig Melancon; Danny Wong(coach);Tony Goldstone; Alec Goldstone(manager); Adrian Smith; Gary Brine.
Back row (left to right): Steve James, Gary Stefan, Trevor Cogan, Peter
Middle row (left to right): Neil Browne, Dave Rapley, Mark Nicholls,
Phil Adams, Darrin Zinger, Mick Lovell (trainer)
Front row (left to right): Barry Spours, Mark Howell, Richard Bacon
(coach), Tony Goldstone, Alec Goldstone (manager), Craig Melancon, Jeff
Text from the "The Hockey Annual" for that season was as follows:
"Streatham's slow decline in recent years continued in 1985-86 to the
point where the team failed to make the playoffs for the first time.
Their situation wasn't helped by the upheaval of a coaching change in
mid-season - the seventh in three years. The club disagreed with
disciplinarian Richard Bacon's policy of using imports at the expense
of the British players, and were dissatisfied with the results.
Bacon did not go quitely, claiming the club was badly run and
predicting a 'bridesmaid' status for Redskins. At the time of his
departure the south London club were on target for the playoffs, only
one point off a point-a-game pace, and with victories over Ayr, Fife
and champions-to-be Murrayfield. Perhaps he had a point.
The club's choice of Danny Wong as his successor was certainly a
surprise. Wong, a Chinese-Canadian in his early fifties, played defence
for Streatham in1959-60, had little coaching experience at senior
level. In seventeen games under Wong's guidance Redskins produced just
four wins against the Premier's weakest sides, Peterborough and Whitley.
The biggest blow to south London pride came in the closing month of the
schedule when their bitter rivals, Nottingham Panthers, shutout
Redskins in Parliment Street and skated off 6-4 victors in Streatham,
results that decided which of the teams would enter the playoffs.
Fiery forward Craig Melancon, one of the most spectacular players on
the circuit, was Redskin's top scorer with a club record 128 points. He
might well have got more had he not spent more time in the penalty box
- 170 minutes - than any other Premier Division player."
This photo of the Redskins Heineken League Premier Division team has been scanned in from "The Ice Hockey Annual 1985-86".
Back row: Steve James, Steve Rich, Gary Cloonan, Peter Quiney, Chris Leggatt.
Middle row: Rob Taylor (stick boy), Bill Warden (equipment manager), Andy Leggatt, Mark Howell, Neil Browne, Brian Biddulph, Doug Merkovsky, Craig Melancon, Bill Buckland (also equipment manager).
Front row: Gary Stefan (C), Jeff Smith, Alec Goldstone (manager), Tony Goldstone.
The following extract is also taken from the same annual ("Premier Round Up" by Gordon Wade): Streatham Redskins , noted for their hockey skills in past years, adopted a more aggressive approach and found themselves in some of the season's less memorable incidents. Very memorable, unfortunately, were two of their games, on consecutive weekends, which were abandoned. Redskins themselves refused to continue playing at Dundee on Feb 23, and Ayr walked off in south London eight days later. Both clubs claimed the refereeing was the cause of their actions. The BIHA fined the clubs £300 each and suspended their team managers until the end of the league schedule, some seven games. Earlier in the campaign, Redskins had fallen out with Bruins at Ayr and collected a massive 146 penalty minutes.
Back row - left to right:
Kevin HAWKES(stick boy); Dave RAPLEY; Erskine DOUGLAS; Peter QUINEY; Trevor COGAN; Gary STEFAN; Tony GOLDSTONE; Doug MERKOSKY; Bill BUCKLAND( equipment); Owen HARRIS (physio).
Front row - left to right: Jeff SMITH; Chris LEGGATT; John ROST (coach); Robin ANDREW; Alec GOLDSTONE (manager); Mark HOWELL;Gary BRINE.
Thanks to Martin Harris for this team photo and listing.
Back row: Kevin Hawkes (stick boy), Erskine Douglas, Steve James, Trevor Cogan, Gary (Moose) Cloonan, Gary Stefan, Peter Quiney, Richard Bacon, Dave Rapley, John Rost.
Front row: Jeff Smith, Jason Wright, Chris Leggatt, Alec Goldstone, Robin Andrew (Captain), Bill Warden (equipment manager), Mark Howell, Tony Goldstone, Gary Brine.
Chris Gore tells me that this photo is in the Ice Hockey Annual for 1983/84 which covers the 1982/83 season, and that Paul Dong is credited as the photographer. The high-res image from which this is made came from a photo Adam Goldstone supplied, so I hope I'm not infringing anyone's copyright. If you have a copy of the real team for this season, please contact the webmaster.
Standing from left to right:
Dave Rapley; Roger Walland; Richard Bacon; Trevor Cogan; Jason Wright; Steve James; Peter Quiney; Gary Cloonan; Gary Stefan; Red Imrie (coach).
Kneeling from left to right:
Erskine Douglas; Tony Goldstone; Mark Howell; Gary Brine; Glynne Thomas; Robin Andrew (Capt.); Chris Leggatt; Phil Adams.
Back row: Red Imrie, Jason Wright, Phil Adams, Trevor Cogan, Peter Quiney, Scorr Bodger, Robin Andrew, John Rost, Dave Rapley.
Front row: Tony Goldstone. Chris Leggatt, Mark Howell, Brian Cox, Roger Walland, Gary (Moose) Cloonan, Erskine Douglas.
Roger Walland (No.20, Streatham Redskins 1976-1983) has sent me some photos of the team from the 79-80 season, or possibly 78-79. There were no photos taken at Streatham at that time as the rink was closed for reconstruction / refurbishing. Roger took these at Southampton which became the host 'home ice' for the period when Streatham was closed, mostly when he wasn't playing due to injury. In fact Roger has a huge collection of photos that you can see on Picasa.
Ian Glenister has kindly sent me team names.
Top row (left to right): Phil Adams, Darrel Morvan, Gary Bryne, Pete Quinney, Nicky Parker, Elwyn Dawkins, Ian Glenister, Glynn Thomas.
Bottom row: Tony Goldstone, Dave Rapley, Jason Wright, Mark Howell, Erskin Douglas.
Here are two more from 1979-80, now with the player names supplied by Roger - click to enlarge.
If you can supply images for the 1978-79 season, please contact the webmaster.
Back row left to right:
Peter Quiney; Mike Dixon; Erskine Douglas; Brian Cummins; Sid Hussain; Marty Dunkervoort; John Rost (Capt.);Dave Wilson.
Front row left to right:
Glynne Thomas; Phil Adams; Nicky Parker; Tony Goldstone; Monty Wise.
Credit: D.W.Hampton/Harris Ice Hockey Archives
This is the first year that Streatham used the name 'Redskins'.
Back row: Ray Shilling(ref), Brian Cummings, Nicky Parker, Erskine Douglas, Richard Bacon, Tony Whitehead, Ron D'Amour, Shane Bury, Alec Goldstone(manager)
Front row: John Rost, Tony Goldstone, Glynne Thomas, Dave Wilson, Vic O'Hagan, Monty Wise.
This is the second string squad - Streatham Royals - virtually all British trained lads. The 1959-60 'senior' Streatham team (nearly all Canadian imports) played in the final year of the British National League.
Back row (l to r): Mike Wood, Spike Bremner, Doug Davis, ? , Brian Millard, Eric Maw, Ron Gee, John Cook.
Front row (l to r) :Jack?, Tony Whitehead, Ray Partridge, John Ruff, Brian Cumming.
(Thanks to Brian Cummings' grandson Michael Rowley for the photo, and to Martin Harris for the additional info. Doug Davis' son John tells me he has this very picture on his wall at home in a frame his Dad made.)
Both team photos 1959-60
(Thanks to Andy Jackson for sending these in. He thinks they are from 1958 and recognises Spike Bremner, Danny Wong and Monty Wise but some of the others have faded from the memory a bit! Andy thought the non-skater in 001 was Joe Durling, who was the rink manager about then. Luckily, we have Allan Palmer to sort it out! He wrote ...
The first thing to be said is that there is no such thing as a Streatham 1958 senior team; the photos in question are of the 1959/60 team. It was an extraordinary season about which hardly anyone has any recollection at all; were it not for the fact that I saw all but one of the home games and a good number of games at Wembley I would not find it difficult to believe that we played before empty rinks! But, although hockey did not have the drawing power of (say) ten years earlier there were certainly more fans than Steve (Phillimore) tells me about today. For Streatham the season was a "one-off"; it was the first attempt to resurrect senior hockey after an absence of five years...but it lasted for only one season. Now for the players:-
In the first photo the players are -
Back row - Brian Whittal, 'Stu' Robertson, Danny Wong, Spike Bremner, ??, George Edwards, Vic Fildes, Bill Dobbyn and Carl Forster.
Front row - Gus Adams, Jim Jackson, Jo Durling, Ray Maisoneuve and M Wise.
The second photo
Back row - 'Stu' Robertson, Spike Bremner, Vic Fildes, George Edwards, Bill Dobbyn and Carl Forster.
Front row - Gus Adams, Brian Whittal, Jim Jackson, Ray Maisoneuve, Danny Wong and M Wise.
These are early season photos; they have players like 'Stu' Robertson and Vic Fildes in the line-up; both played for a while in early season before going to Europe. Despite the fact that both players (and Ray Maisoneuve) had played in the great 1952/53 team seven years earlier and were now quite literally in the veteran stage of their careers, they were still good enough to be stand-out contributors in this team. This shows you not only how good they were but, more perhaps, just how far standards had fallen over the period. Even at half pace, Robertson (who had headed off Zamick in the 1952/53 season) still made plays that had a rookie like Jackson heading the scorers charts...until 'Stu' departed and the "passes from heaven" with him. Maisie also showed great staying power from earlier days and was still a force but of the new boys only Forster, Whittal and maybe Dobbyn and Imrie would have rated a second glance from Stapleford in my opinion. But yes...what about Imrie?
In my team line-ups above there is no Imrie and one player with "??". The player shown simply does not look like Imrie although he is the only player missing who played regularly that season...but I'm not convinced that it is "Red". There is just one other player who played...and he played one game...Reg Board. I have no facial recollection of him at all but, even so, I would be more inclined to believe that "??" is Reg Board than "Red" Imrie. Also, at this time "Red" was doing National Service and I am inclined to believe that his CO was more willing to let "Red" off for matches than photo-shoots! This would explain his absence in both photos whilst playing in all the matches. And play he did! Apart from (possibly) Dobbyn, the captain of the team, "Red" was as good as any other defender on the squad and around the loop as well. And we must remember that Art Hodgins and Lorne Smith were on defence with the Nottingham Panthers! It was an odd season; too few teams, only average hockey for those who recalled earlier times and the impending gloom among those who knew that hockey like this could not survive long with this fare and burdened with economic hardship and assault from TV. C'est la guerre.
Gunnar Persson identified the year for this team from the fact that the netminder is Ron Kilby and he only played one season for Streatham.
Back row: Eugene Miller, Gordon Knutson, John Andrews, Ken Johanneson, John Cook, Art Hodgson.
Front row: Roy Maisoneuve, Rupe Fresher, Ron Kilbey, Fred Dunsmore, Andre Chorest, Bill Winemaster.
Thanks to Peter (georgieboy98) for this photo.
Back row left to right: Sandy Fear (trainer); Ray Maisoneuve; Don Callaghan; Art Hodgins; Alf Francis (but see below); Vic Fildes; Mal Beaton; Laurie Mitchell; Red Stapleford (coach).
Front row left to right: "Bud" Evans; Kenny Gardner; Earl Betker; Harold Smith; Cliff Ryan; Ken Little.
Thanks to Peter (georgieboy98) for this photo and to both Martin Harris and Allan Palmer for the team list. However, Tony Lewis has since pointed out that Alf Francis fell ill and returned to Canada very early during that season, so the player between Art Hodgins and Vic Fildes in the back row is Jack Leckie who was a superb defence man who played a couple of seasons for us.
Gunnar Persson from Sweden has beeen able to identify the year from the facts that as the team won two trophies in that season and the 'big ugly Brodrick' is the captain (he only played in 48/49 and 49/50).
From left: Red Stapleford, Elwood Small, George Baillie, Doc Brodrick, Art Hodgins, Zip Thompson, George Edwards, Mike Yaschuk, Johnny Sergnese, Dave Miller, George Drysdale, Keith Woodall, Paddy Ryan, Jim Campbell, Ken Campbell
Standing left to right:Ken Campbell, Paddy Ryan, George Edwards
Bob 'Doc' Brodrick, Elwood Small, George Baillie, Dave Miller, Art Hodgins,
Buddy McEachern (who left for Earls Court early in the season), Red Stapleford (coach).
Seated left to right: Mike Yaschuk, Johnny Sergnese, Harold Smith, Keith Woodall, Zip Thompson, Jim Campbell.
Thanks to Andy Jackson for sending in the photos, and to Gunnar Persson, Martin Harris and to Kris and Richard Hodgins (son of Art) for helping with identification.
Right to left: "Zip" Thompson, George Baillie, Jimmy Campbell, Elwood Small, George Drysdale, Kenny Campbell, George Edwards, "Doc" Broderick, Art Hodgkins, "Paddy" Ryan, Harold Smith, Keith Woodall.
Back row: Red Stapleford (coach), Norm Gardiner, Gunnar Telkinen,
Doug Wilson, Bud McEachren, Paddy Ryan, Chuck Turner (captain), Larry
McKay, George Baillie, Archie Stinchcombe, Bob Mallard (trainer).
Front row: George Drysdale, Dave Miller, Monty Reynolds, Harold
Smith, Ross Richardson, Vern Gardiner.
From the Ice Hockey World Annual - thanks to Gunnar Persson for this.
Left to right, first row: Verne Greger, "Dinky" Turner, "Red" Stapleford, Al Hunt (announcer).
Second row: Archie Stinchcombe, Gerry Davey, Lorne Trottier, "Curly" Gene Larche, Freddie Dunckleman, Tim Defferary (Asst Manager, Streatham Ice Arena).
Third row: Bill Mallard (trainer), George Baillie, Bobby Hayes, "Chuck" Turner.
Fourth row: "Big Bill" Wiltshire (asst. announcer), Frank Trottier.
This photo was taken two minutes after Streatham had beaten the Wembley All-Stars 9-7 in a National Tournament Match, April 30th.
This photo was supplied by Frank Trottier's son, David.
Left to right:- Dunbar Poole (Manager), Gerry Davey, Archie Stinchcombe, Frank Trottier, 'Dickie' von Trauttenberg, George Shaw, Carl Erhardt (Capt.), 'Babe' Donnelly (player-coach), Ernie 'Al' Batson, Bobby Hales, Tommy Durling, 'Red' Stapleford, George Bourner (trainer), R.J. Buck (assistant manager). Kneeling:- Maurice Gerth. (Many thanks to Martin Harris for supplying these names.) Just look at the crowd!
Back row: J.C.Westaway, C.A.Erhardt (captain), E.J.Ramus, P.M.Davis, O.A.Gratias.
Front row: A.J.C.Forsyth, J.G.Davey, V.G.E.Gardner, W.Halford.
The newspaper clipping from which this image is taken says, "After being victors of Oxford University and Warwick the Streatham Ice Hockey Club won their match at the Ice Rink, Streatham, against Cambridge by five goals to nil".
Thanks to Liz Forsyth Lovell for supplying the clipping.
Back row: J.F.Hearne, Bibo de Marwicz, Pete Halford, Dick von Trauttenberg, Dunbar Poole (manager), George Shaw, Carl Erhardt, Red Stapleford, George Bourner (coach).
Front row: Bobby Giddens (player-coach), Billy Bedford, Ralph Couldrey, Gerry Davey, Maurice Gerth, Ernie Ramus.
This team won the National League Championship
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