Kalle Havulinna, Finnish ice hockey player, Died at 91


Kalle Havulinna was born on September 27, 1924, and died on July 9, 2016.

He was a Finnish professional ice hockey player.

Kalle played in the top professional league in Finland, the SM-liiga.

Kalle Havulinna played 10 seasons with the Tampere Ilves.

Havulinna was inducted into the Finnish Hockey Hall of Fame in 1985.

Other than ice hockey he worked as an electrics engineer.

Kalle Havulinna’s team was responsible of the electrics of Finland’s first ice rink in Tampere, built for the 1965 Ice Hockey World Champs.

Kalle Havulinna passed away at 91 years old.