Red Storey

Red Storey

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Roy Alvin "Red" Storey, was a Canadian athlete, referee and broadcaster. He played football, lacrosse and ice hockey. While active as an athlete, he turned to officiating in all three sports and he continued as an official after the end of his playing career. He is best known for being a referee for the National Hockey League professional ice hockey leagues. While he was a member of the Toronto Argonauts, the team won the Grey Cup Canadian championship twice. He later became a radio and television commentator for Canadian television.

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