Defenseman Bob Davie, known as "Pinkie" was born in Beausejour, Manitoba on September 12th, 1912 and joined the National Hockey League's Boston Bruins for the 1933-34 season.
Davie played nine scoreless games for the Bruins while spending the majority of the year with the Boston Cubs, a minor pro club. The next season Davie saw much more action with the Bruins, this time playing 30 games and registering one assist, his only NHL point. After playing just two NHL games in the 1935-36 season, Davie returned to the minors for good.
Davie played parts of two seasons with the Minneapolis Miners then moved on to the Springfield Indians where he ended his career, playing out the 1937-38 campaign then retired from hockey.