Legends of Lacrosse Interview: Johnny Davis
The Legends of Lacrosse interview, featuring Johnny Davis has been released and is available for viewing by clicking on the CLF link below.
The Canadian Lacrosse Foundation’s Video Lacrosse Library and Lacrosse Talks project features video and podcast interviews of some of Canada’s most dynamic lacrosse builders, coaches and players. The purpose of the project is to capture the personal stories of those who have shaped the game over the last 80 years.
Johnny Davis Biography
Johnny Davis is the most prolific scorer in the past 60 years of box lacrosse. In his rookie year with Peterborough, Ontario in 1966 he scored 51 goals and had 69 assists. He capped it off with a Mann Cup and a Mike Kelly MVP medal as the Rookie of the Year. Davis won four Minto Cups in his junior years of lacrosse. For eight seasons John dominated the Ontario Lacrosse Association in scoring and was an eight-time All Star. He ended his career with Montreal of the Professional League in 1975 and scored 91 points. He played Sr. B in Montreal in 1976 and 1977. Johnny Davis ended up with two Mann Cups and two Mike Kelly Awards.