Ronald played organized hockey in Windsor and Richmond, Quebec, he played Junior A hockey for the Richmond Flyers who were affiliated with the Quebec Aces of the American League. In 1963 they won the Eastern Township Cup and were invited to play in the finals in the Provincial championship series.
In 1964, Ronald was invited to a tryout by the Boston Bruins organization.
In 1965, Ron came to Manchester where he played for the Manchester Blackhawks from 1965 to 1970, the Manchester Monarchs from 1970 to 1975, the Concord Budmen from 1975 to 1978.
His team won two New England Hockey League championships and Ron was selected to the All Star team that played at Lake Placid, New York.
Throughout his playing career he has participated in numerous hockey games in support of various local charities.
For many years Ron has devoted a great amount of time in support of the Manchester Youth Regional Hockey Association teams as a referee and coach.
At this time, Ron is still active as a player in several “old timers bracket” hockey teams.