Keith Magnuson’s Death – Cause and Date

Keith Magnuson Death Cause and Date

Born (Birthday) April 27, 1947

Death Date December 15, 2003

Age of Death 56 years

Cause of Death N/A

Profession Hockey Player

The hockey player Keith Magnuson died at the age of 56. Here is all you want to know, and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Former Chicago Blackhawks captain who played all 589 games of his NHL career with the Blackhawks and made the cover of Sports Illustrated in 1970. In 2003, he was killed in a car accident which involved fellow NHL player Rob Ramage, who survived the crash but was later sentenced to four years in prison for vehicular manslaughter.

He was the great-uncle of MLB pitcher Trystan Magnuson. His nephew was Canadian Football League player Quinn Magnuson.

Magnuson was killed Monday in a three-car accident outside of Toronto. He was attending a funeral for former NHL player Keith McCreary with friend and former player Rob Ramage. Magnuson was 56. According to police reports, the car carrying Ramage and Magnuson crossed into the oncoming lane and struck two vehicles.