Lorne Davis has passed away. The Oilers site has the news. Davis career highlights: AHL Second All-Star Team (1953), Played in NHL All-Star Game (1953), Player/Coach Muskegon Zephyrs (IHL) (1964-65),
Coach Regina Pats (WCHL) (1977-78), WCSHL’s 1st All-Star Team (1965-66).
Here is his Wikipedia bio with a small edit to account for his passing.
Lorne Austin Davis (born July 30, 1930 in Regina, Sk) was a hockey scout for the Edmonton Oilers, and a former right winger with four NHL teams. Davis spent most of his fifteen-year pro career playing for minor-league teams, with occasional call-ups to the Montreal Canadiens– with whom he won a Stanley Cup in 1953 — Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings and Boston Bruins.
In 1964-65, he player-coached the Muskegon Zephrs of the IHL. After his retirement, he went on to coach his former junior team, the WHL’s Regina Pats, before becoming a scout for the Oilers.
He received five more Stanley Cup rings for his work as a scout with the dynasty Oilers, and remained employed by the club until his death.