Lance Galbraith Car Accident: How Did It Happen? Canadian professional ice hockey right-winger Lance Galbraith is dead.
Galbraith was a Canadian professional ice hockey right-winger who y plays for the Wichita Thunder of the Central Hockey League (CHL).
Lance Galbraith played eight seasons in the E.C.H.L. for four other teams, and two additional teams in different leagues.
Galbraith played five seasons of junior hockey with the Ottawa 67’s.
He is the club’s all-time top scorer for matches performed (297) as well as penalty minutes (960) and helped the team win an OHL championship as well as a Memorial Cup Finals appearance in 2001.
Galbraith was also the top player in his team in the OHL for postseason point with 28.
He has won several awards, including Named runner-up for the CCM Tacks ECHL Player of the Month February – March 3, 2007; Idaho Steelheads’ Most Inspirational Player 2006-2007 ECHL season; and Named Runner-up for the In Glas Co ECHL Player of the Week January 2, 2008.
Lance Galbraith Car Accident: How Did It Happen?
Lance Galbraith passed away early Friday morning, April 15, 2022, in a single-vehicle accident on a rural road near Niagara-on-the-Lake, barely 200 meters from the lane leading to his home.
He died on the spot. Galbraith was 42 years.
He was born on February 21, 1980, in Brampton, Canada.