Willie ‘The Barber’ Bibeau
Attended the Canadian School systems where he started playing ice hockey at the age of 5 until he attained the age of 15 years.
Willie then played junior hockey for the Richmond Flyers of Windsor, PQ, where he was a major factor in their winning the championship in 1964.
In the 1964-1965 hockey season, Willie started playing for Manchester’s Alpine Club in the Granite State Hockey League, where in his first game he scored 7 goals. At the conclusion of the ’64-’65 season, Willie won the coveted high scoring title of the Granite State Hockey League.
In 1968, Willie broke a scoring record that had existed since 1948 by scoring 53 goals and 42 assists for a total of 95 points in 38 games.
Willie’s hockey career from 1964 through 1974 encompassed playing for the Alpine Club, Manchester Blackhawks and Manchester Monarchs braking many scoring records and was a fan favorite over that period of time.
Willie was a coach in the Youth Hockey League where his Merrimack Pee Wees won the State Championship in 1972.
Willie “The Barber” continues his 30+ years career as a professional barber.