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Sudbury’s Joe ‘Voice of the Leafs’ Bowen inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame

Joe Bowen joins the likes of George Armstrong, Toe Blake and Al Arbour.

 

By sudbury.com Staff

 

Joe Bowen, who was voice of the Sudbury Wolves before becoming the voice of some team called the Toronto Maple Leafs in the early 1980s, is being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame’s media wing. (Hockey Hall of Fame)

Bowen was presented with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award, which will hang in Esso Great Hall at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. (Hockey Hall of Fame)

Bowen was in the city in June 2018 as the emcee at the Sports Hall of Fame dinner. Bowen (at right) is pictured with local Hall of Fame inductees Mike Fabiili, Bob Allen and Dave Hannen. (Sudbury.com)

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Joe Bowen, who was voice of the Sudbury Wolves before becoming the voice of some team called the Toronto Maple Leafs in the early 1980s, is being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame’s media wing. (Hockey Hall of Fame)Bowen was presented with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award, which will hang in Esso Great Hall at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. (Hockey Hall of Fame) Bowen was in the city in June 2018 as the emcee at the Sports Hall of Fame dinner. Bowen (at right) is pictured with local Hall of Fame inductees Mike Fabiili, Bob Allen and Dave Hannen. (Sudbury.com)

 

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