The fourth of five members of the Patrick family to be inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame joining brother Lynn, father Lester, uncle Frank, and grandfather Joseph.

Although inducted for his accomplishments in hockey, Muzz, like his brother Lynn, was a superlative all-round athlete and excelled in many sports including track and field, basketball, rugby, soccer, boxing, lacrosse, and cycling. Muzz played for the Victoria Blue Ribbons, helping the team to the 1933 Canadian national basketball championship. A fine middle distance runner, he starred on the Victoria YMCA teams coached by Archie McKinnon and at one competition in Montreal won both the inter-scholastic mile and the half-mile on the same day. He competed as a professional cyclist, riding in six-day cycling races in Montreal. He also held the Canadian Heavyweight Amateur Boxing Championship in 1936.

Muzz left the sport of boxing (with an amateur fight record of 35 wins, 1 loss, and 30 knockouts) to pursue a professional career in hockey. After three seasons with the amateur Brooklyn Crescents, he joined his brother Lynn on defense with the New York Rangers for four seasons including helping the Rangers to the 1939-40 Stanley Cup championship.

After serving in WWII, he briefly returned to the Rangers, but ended his career in the minor leagues in 1949. In 1954, he became coach of the New York Rangers for a season before serving as Rangers general manager for a decade. He also later served as manager of New York’s Madison Square Garden.