Year Inducted: 1972
George Sinfield was born in Cornwall on November 3, 1929.
George began his hockey career in Cornwall in the O.C.O.T. Boy’s Club, and was a member of a midget team which won the O.D.H.A. Championship.
After playing with the Cornwall Caluments Senior Hockey Club, George moved to Scotland where he continued his hockey career.
He joined the Dundee Tigers of the Scottish Ice Association, leading the team in scoring in both years he played with them. The “Ice Hockey World Magazine” voted him the Most Popular Player in the League. In his final year in Scotland, George played for the Falkirk Lions of the Scottish League.
Upon his return to Canada and to Cornwall, he played for Lake Placid and Vankleek Hill.