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George William Carruthers
(1869-1933)
Annabel Thomas
(1868-1966)
William Taylor
(1893-1973)
Fanny Copley
(1894-1983)
Floyd Thomas Carruthers
(1913-1975)
Phyllis May "Peggy" Taylor
(1916-2007)

Darlene Emily Carruthers
(1939-2017)

 

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Darlene Emily Carruthers

  • Born: 3 Apr 1939, Drumheller, Alberta, Canada
  • Died: 8 Jan 2017, Guelph, Wellington, Ontario, Canada aged 77
  • Buried: 13 Jan 2017, Guelph, Wellington, Ontario, Canada
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Godfather: Douglas Wagner Bentley. Douglas Wagner Bentley (September 3, 1916 '96 November 24, 1972) was a Canadian ice hockey left winger who played 13 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Chicago Black Hawks and New York Rangers as part of a senior and professional career that spanned nearly three decades. He was named to four NHL All-Star Teams in his career and was the scoring leader in points and goals in 1942'9643 and again in goals in 1943'9644.

Bentley was one of six hockey playing brothers and at one point played with four of his brothers with the Drumheller Miners of the Alberta Senior Hockey League. He made NHL history when he played on the league's first all-brother line with Max and Reg in 1943. Injuries forced him out of the NHL in 1951, but he returned in 1953'9654 to play one last season for the Rangers with Max. He spent several seasons as a player-coach for the Saskatoon Quakers, leading the team to the Pacific Coast Hockey League championship in 1952. Bentley was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1964. Bentley was born March 1, 1916, in Delisle, Saskatchewan. He was the fifth of six boys and one of thirteen children. His father Bill was a native of Yorkshire, England, who emigrated to the United States as a child and became a speed skating champion in North Dakota before settling in Delisle. He became mayor and helped build the town's covered skating rink. All of the Bentley children were athletes, and all six brothers played hockey.

Bill Bentley believed that all six boys could have played in the National Hockey League (NHL), though responsibilities on the family farm resulted in the eldest four boys spending the majority of their careers playing senior hockey on the Canadian Prairies. Doug was a small, slender player, weighing only 145 lbs at the peak of his career, but he was an exceptionally fast skater and his father taught him to use his speed to avoid larger opponents. He learned his trade with his brothers as they constantly played street hockey in the summers and on the ice in the winters. Bentley's father flooded a sheet of ice that was the length of a regulation NHL hockey rink but much narrower, forcing the boys to develop the ability to maintain control of the puck while making fast, hard turns to reach the net.


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