Norm Ullman, born on December 26, 1935, is a former professional ice hockey player. While he was a pro, he played the center position. Ullman was born in Provost, Alberta.
He debuted with the WCJHL Team the Edmonton Oil Kings. He later moved to the WHL with the Edmonton Flyers. He turned pro with the Detroit Red Wings from the National Hotel League (NHL) in the 1955/56 season.
Ullman is known for his excellent handling of the stick. He is also one of the top forechecks in the history of hockey. To add to that, he is also remembered for his stamina on the ice and for his consistency. He is also known for being one of the best centers in ice hockey history. Throughout his career, he scored 490 regular season goals, and 739 assists. He has 16 seasons with the NHL where he scored 20 goals or even more.
He was voted a first team All Star and had played 11 All Star games throughout his career. In 1968, Ullman was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs. He was traded off with several other players. When he finished his career with the Maple Leafs, he played 2 seasons with the Edmonton Oilers before retiring.
Ullman was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1982. He was also ranked 90 on the list of ‘100 Greatest Hockey Players’ from The Hockey News.