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Andy Ogilvie
Box player  -  2014

Ogilvie was known as a hard-nosed, tenacious defensive player that had an incredible knack for gathering loose balls – let along a proficient player-maker and scorer. This Ontarian played Junior A lacrosse for the Peterborough Maulers of the Ontario Junior A league where he was named league Best Defensive Player in 1986 en route to a Minto Cup title the same year. In 99 Junior A regular season and playoff games, Ogilvie scored 54 goals and 111 helpers with 185 penalty minutes. In 1987, Ogilvie ventured west to the storied New Westminster Salmonbellies squad where he made an immediate impact where he helped the ‘Bellies to the1989 and 1991 Mann Cup titles. After a 3-year hiatus, he joined the Coquitlam Adanacs in 1998 and went on to win his final Mann Cup in 2001 along with Mann Cup MVP honours. In 15 WLA seasons for New Westminster and Coquitlam, this 7-time all-star accumulated 157 goals and 406 points while spending 763 minutes in the penalty box. In another 172 playoff games, Ogilvie netted 229 points (103G, 126A) and amassed 562 penalty minutes. In the winter professional National Lacrosse League loop, Ogilivie had stops in Buffalo, Vancouver and Calgary from 1999-2007 where he scored 80 points (11G, 69A) and added 317 penalty minutes in 67 games.