Robert Lebel
Another longtime administrator who dedicated his professional career to the sport of Hockey, Robert Lebel rose up the ranks to take over as the President of the Quebec Amateur Hockey League in 1955. Shortly thereafter he took over as the President of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association and in 1960 was elected as the President of the International Ice Hockey Federation. Quite an impressive five year period, don’t you think?   Overall, his lifelong work to growing Hockey in Canada and to a lesser extent internationally, paved his induction to the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Elected In:
1970

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  • Country of Origin: Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Should Robert Lebel be in the Hall of Fame?

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