Joining the Ravens after being an All-American at Brown University, Wayne Small was the leading player for the men’s hockey team for three consecutive seasons. The team was a serious contender in the Ontario/Quebec division of the Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union (CIAU), now Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS). In fact, the two hockey championship pennants now hanging in the Ice House can be directly related to his accomplishments. Small remains to this day the all-time scoring leader for the men’s Ravens. In his three seasons with the Ravens, Wayne scored 83 goals. In 1968-69 Wayne had the most points in a season with 38 goals and 25 assists. After leaving Carleton, Small played hockey in Europe for ten years, where he was one of the league’s leading scorers and a premier player in the Spengler Cup Tournaments. He was one of the first Canadian hockey players in Europe and he opened the door for many other talented Canadian players.