• 1914 Victoria Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: World Amateur Hockey Champions, 1914 (Allan Cup) The Regina Victoria Hockey Club was formed in 1913, in their inaugural season the team played 16 games, winning 12 and losing four. After beating the Winnipeg Monarchs, the team that held Read more →

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    Harold “Mush” March

    Harold “Mush” March was voted one of Regina’s outstanding athletes during 1928 for his performance in junior hockey.  He made his professional debut at Ottawa in 1929 with the Chicago Blackhawks. Mush played with the Blackhawks for 17 seasons (1928/29-1944/45), Read more →

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    Delbert “Del” Wilson

    Born in Craik, Saskatchewan, Del Wilson has been a fixture with the Regina Pats hockey club, boasting a twenty-five year career with junior hockey in Regina and a lifetime of dedication as a builder in Western Canada. Del began his Read more →

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    Harold “Harry” Watson

    At 18 years of age, Harold “Harry” Watson joined the professional ranks with the Brooklyn Americans (1942/43), of the National Hockey League (NHL).  After 1 year, the Detroit Red Wings claimed him, and then the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) Read more →

  • Warwick Grant

    Grant Warwick

    Grant Warwick began his hockey career playing in the Regina minor leagues. His team, the Regina Abbotts, won the Saskatchewan Junior championship in 1940.  In 1941, he helped lead the Regina Rangers to the Allan Cup. Turning professional the next Read more →

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    Richard “Dick” Warwick

    Richard “Dick” Warwick got his start playing minor hockey in Regina and was a member of the Saskatchewan Juvenile champion, Regina Commandos, in 1944. Dick moved to junior ranks, where he spent time with the Brandon Elks, Humboldt Indians, and Read more →

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    William “Billy” Warwick

    William “Billy” Warwick was a versatile athlete; competing successfully in hockey, athletics, softball, football, and boxing. Hockey became his focus and after spending time in the Regina minor leagues, Billy joined the Regina Abbotts, the 1942 Saskatchewan Junior champions. Warwick Read more →

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    Robert “Bob” Turner

    Robert “Bob” Turner played with the Regina Pats, the Regina Capitals (Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League) and the Shawinigan Cataractes (Quebec Hockey League) before joining the Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League (NHL) in 1955. Bob earned 5 Stanley Cup Read more →

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    Bryan Trottier

    Bryan Trottier played junior hockey with the Swift Current and Lethbridge Broncos, and in 1974/75 was voted the Most Valuable Player (MVP) in the Western Canada Hockey League. In the 1975/76 season, at age 19, he joined the New York Read more →

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    Edward “Ed” Staniowski

    After growing up in Moose Jaw where he played much of his minor hockey, Ed Staniowski moved to Regina to become the goaltender for the Regina Pats Juniors from 1971 to 1975.  His outstanding junior hockey career resulted in him Read more →

  • Shore Eddie

    Edward “Eddie” Shore

    After playing senior hockey for the Melville Millionaires, Eddie Shore turned professional with the Regina Capitals of  the Western Canada Hockey League, and the Edmonton Eskimos of the Western Hockey League. In 1926, he was traded to the Boston Bruins. Read more →

  • Frederick “Fred” Sasakamoose

    Fred Sasakamoose may be best known for his achievements on the ice, but he made his biggest contributions off it. As the first treaty Indian to play in the National Hockey League (NHL), Sasakamoose broke the barrier for generations of Read more →

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    Elwin “Al” Rollins

    Elwin “Al” Rollins began his sterling hockey career as a 16-year-old goaltender with the 1942 Moose Jaw Canucks junior hockey team. In 1947, playing with the Edmonton Flyers, Al played on the first of 2 teams that won the Allan Read more →

  • Alvin “Al” Ritchie

    Alvin (Al) Ritchie holds the distinction of being the only coach to have won national championships in the junior ranks of hockey and football. Al Ritchie coached the senior Regina Roughriders during their fledgling years.  Although successful with 9 western Read more →

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    Glenn “Chico” Resch

    Glenn “Chico” Resch was born in Moose Jaw, but he took to the ice in Regina. He then skated his way to a championship career with stops throughout North America and around the world. Working his was through local hockey Read more →