Garnet "Ace" Bailey
Summary: Canadian professional ice hockey player and a director of pro-scouting of the L.A. Kings who was a passenger on the hijacked United Airlines Flight 175 that crashed into the World Trade Center, who scouted for the Edmonton Oilers for 13 seasons and won five Stanley Cups with the team in his eighth season as director of King's scouting department, where he played in 11 seasons in NHL with Boston, Detroit, St. Louis and Washington as he jumped to the WHA in 1978 when he was a linemate of Wayne Gretzky in Edmonton, and who also won two Stanley Cups as a player with Boston in 1970 and 1972.
Cause of Death: Injuries sustained in a plane crash
Born: June 13, 1948
Died: September 11, 2001
Location: New York City, New York