Dunc Wilson, Former Goaltender for the Leafs, Passes Away at 75

Published October 22, 2023 at 1:33 PM

Remembering Dunc Wilson

The world of hockey mourns the loss of Dunc Wilson, a notable former NHL goaltender, who passed away at the age of 75.

Dunc Wilson, who registered Vancouver's first-ever shutout in Canucks' NHL history, has passed away at the age of 75 in Utila, Honduras where he had been living for many years.
Condolences to the family and friends of Dunc 💙

Wilson's Storied Career

In his 10-year NHL journey, Wilson graced the ice with multiple teams. He spent four seasons with the Canucks, two each with the Leafs, Rangers, and Penguins, and played a single game for the Flyers. In total, Wilson showcased his talents in 287 games.

A proud native of Toronto, Wilson's tenure with the Leafs saw him achieve a .889 sv%, a 3.31 GAA, and one shutout.

His most outstanding season was with the Penguins during 1976-77, earning him a spot on the all-star team. That year, he boasted 5 shutouts, a .906 sv%, and a 2.95 GAA.

In Loving Memory

As we reflect on Wilson's contributions to the sport, our hearts go out to his family, friends, and all those touched by his life. May Dunc Wilson rest in peace.

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