Cesare Maniago

Cesare Maniago was born and raised in Trail, where he played minor hockey.

Cesare played seven games for the 1960-61 Toronto Maple Leafs and fourteen games for the 1962-63 Montreal Canadiens. He played the 1965-66 season with the New York Rangers.

He was claimed by the Minnesota North Stars in the NHL Expansion Draft in 1967 and played for them until 1976 when he was traded to the Vancouver Canucks.

Cesare's best goals-against average for the North Stars was 2.65 in 1971-72. He won the team MVP award three times. He retired in 1978.