Kelly (Beef) Degray
Year Inducted: 1969
Kelly “Beef” Degray, born in 1910, came from a lacrosse family. His father and uncle were stars in their own right.
Kelly played for the North Stars when they won the Championship in 1925.
He then went to Brampton, Hamilton, and Oshawa. He turned professional with the Montreal Canadians in 1932, and he then played in the U.S.A., in Buffalo and Rochester.
Kelly is also an inductee in the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame in Vancouver.