1963 NHL Amateur Draft Pick
Chicago from Georgetown (Ontario Midget)
Was captain of Georgetown team that won 1963 OMHA championship as top midget
team in the province of Ontario. The team went 13-1 in the championship
tournament, and Davison was the third of five players drafted off its
roster in 1963.
Canadian • Born October 8, 1944 • Hometown:
NEVER PLAYED IN NHL
After the Draft
Despite coming from a powerful midget team, he was unable to break
into pro hockey due to the limited number of roster spots available
in a six-team NHL. Part of the problem for all of the
players from Georgetown was the fact that they had grown up playing
on a rink which was smaller than the NHL regulation rink size and
their skating skills were not as well developed as a result.
Career Beyond Hockey:
Moved to British Columbia following his retirement from hockey.
|Won Stanley Cup:
|Hall of Fame: