Left-winger Bing Juckes played briefly for the New York Rangers during the post-war years. Although he was a prolific scorer in the minors and as an amateur, his NHL tenure was short-lived. Bing was the first cousin of former CAHA president and Hockey Hall of Fame member, Gordon Juckes.
The native of Hamiota, Manitoba alternated between his home province and Ontario at the start of his amateur career. He suited up for the MJHL's St. James Juniors, Winnipeg Rangers, and Brandon Elks as well as the St. Catharines Falcons of the OHA. In the late 1940s he played senior with the Lethbridge Maple Leafs, scoring 31 goals in 34 games in 1946-47.
Juckes played his first two NHL games with the Rangers in 1947-48 but spent the bulk of that season with the New Haven Ramblers of the AHL. In 1948-49 he scored 40 goals for the USHL's St. Paul Saints and was named to the league's first all-star team. He returned to the Rangers the next year for 14 games but was relegated once again to New Haven. Juckes played minor pro and senior in the early 1950s before retiring in 1955.