Raymond CADIEUX

Canada CAN

  • Olympic Medals
    1 B
  • Games participations
    2
  • First Olympic Games
    Innsbruck 1964
  • Year of Birth
    1941
Olympic Results

Biography

Raymond CADIEUX

Ice hockey forward Raymond “Ray” Cadieux played on two junior level teams, the Pembroke Lumber Kings of the Upper Ottawa Valley Junior Hockey League and the Ottawa Munitions of the Ottawa City Junior Hockey League, from 1960 through 1962 prior to entering Quebec’s Laval University and spending a season on the school’s hockey team. The following year he was recruited to the brand new Canadian national ice hockey team and was sent to represent his country at the 1964 Winter Olympics. He played in four matches and scored six goals, but his team was bumped down to fourth place in a tie-breaker after losing their final match against the Soviet Union. The rules for the World Championships, however, were different, and the team is credited with winning bronze at the World Championship aspect of the tournament. He came up empty at the 1965 World Championships, but helped secure bronze medals in the two subsequent editions of the tournament, as well as the 1968 Winter Olympics. In the latter, he skated for seven matches and scored four goals. Seeking to focus on his career, he retired from active play after winning Olympic bronze and was a chartered accountant in Winnipeg, Manitoba until his retirement in the mid-2000s.

Olympic Results

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Grenoble 1968

B
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Innsbruck 1964

#4
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