Fred Stanfield was a previous Canadian expert hockey player. He died at 77 years old.
Stanfield was born on May 4, 1944, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. His tallness was 6 feet, and his weight was 80 kilograms.
Fred played for 14 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1964 until 1978. In his expert vocation, he just got again than 14 punishment minutes in any season. Because of that, he was known as a spotless player.
Fred had 6 brothers who at last became proficient hockey players. At 16 years old, Fred was endorsed by Chicago Black Hawks.
|Born||May 4, 1944
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|Height||6 ft 0 in (183 cm)|
|Weight||177 lb (80 kg; 12 st 9 lb)|
|Played for||Chicago Black Hawks
Minnesota North Stars
As indicated by Twitter, Fred Stanfield died on September 13, 2021, at 77 years old.
Boston Bruins Alumni has posted a tweet about his passing however it hasn’t portrayed how he died. @ZigFracassi has retweeted RIP and depicting him as a hero.
The justification behind Fred’s passing isn’t uncovered by his family yet. There can be a great deal of suspects as Covid-19 is going on or possibly because of his concealed medical problems.
It is dismal information for the games business as Fred was a big piece of the B’s Stanley Cup groups, focusing a line with John Bucyk and Johnny McKenzie.
As indicated by buffalonews, Fred Stanfield was hitched to Anita W. Stanfield until her passing on November 6, 2021.
Her memorial service was held at St. Mary’s Church, 6919 Transit Rd, Swormville, NY14051. The memorial service was commended on November 9, 3 days after her passing.
Fred and Anita cooperated occupied with office furniture after Fred’s retirement in hockey. They dealt with the business for a very long time, and over the long haul the business became effective.
Fred Stanfield had two youngsters, Dean F. Stanfield and Jill D. Eckert. Both were from his late spouse, Anita.
He was additionally a granddad to 5 grandkids, Tyler, Jordyn, Drew, Jack, and Kyla.
Stanfield’s kids are most likely bearing his misfortune and grieving him at this moment.
On this day in hockey… May 15, 1967, one of the NHL’s biggest trades went down. Chicago traded #NHLAlumni Phil Esposito, Ken Hodge, & Fred Stanfield to the Bruins for Giles Marotte, Pit Martin, & Jack Norris. The rest is history as Boston won the Stanley Cup in 1970 & 72! pic.twitter.com/yE4nDUL6ki
— NHL Alumni (@NHLAlumni) May 15, 2018
At the point when Fred Stanfield used to play hockey, his most elevated acquiring was $203,000, positioning no.4531 in NHL vocation profit. His absolute total assets should be between $1-5 million or significantly more.
After his retirement, he turned into a financial specialist. The previous Buffalo Saber focus changed into an office furniture business which he ran for a very long time.
Fred’s biggest procuring is supposed to be the Stanley Cup in 1970 and 1972.