• More Ken

    Kenneth “Ken” More

    In 1927, Kenneth “Ken” More’s sport involvement flourished and he began coaching softball at a local level. Following this, Ken turned his energies to executive duties.  In 1949, he was president of the Saskatchewan and the Western Canada Softball Associations. Read more →

  • Metz Nick

    Nickolas “Nick” Metz

    During the fall of 1934, Nickolas “Nick” Metz went to the Toronto Maple Leafs.  After a stint with Syracuse, a farm team, he was back in Toronto for the play-offs. In 12 seasons with the Leafs, between 1934 and1948 (minus Read more →

  • Metz Don

    Donald “Don” Metz

    Donald “Don” Metz began his hockey career under Père Athol Murray at Notre Dame College.  From 1931 to 1933, Don played for St. Michael’s College in Toronto.  Don then played for the Toronto Goodyears for 3 years. Metz moved to Read more →

  • McLeod Jack

    Jack McLeod

    Jack McLeod, a right winger, turned pro at 18 with the New York Rangers and spent 4 years (1949-1953) with them before moving into the Western Hockey League.  He played with the Saskatoon Quakers, the Vancouver Canucks, and the Calgary Read more →

  • jack maddia

    John (Jack) Maddia

    Jack, who was born in Moose Jaw and has been a resident of Indian Head since 1973, has a long outstanding hockey career in the Qu’Appelle Valley area.  After retiring from active participation in hockey as a result of an Read more →

  • Victor Lynn

    Victor “Vic” Lynn

    Vic Lynn’s very interesting hockey story began in Saskatoon.  He had a short junior career with the Saskatoon Quakers that included a Memorial Cup appearance in 1942.  Vic had a one game trial with the New York Rangers of the Read more →

  • Litzenberger Eddie

    Edward “Eddie” Litzenberger

    Eddie was born in Neudorf and played his minor hockey in Weyburn.  He became an outstanding player with the Regina Pats from 1949 to 1952 scoring 332 points in 197 regular season and play-off games for an outstanding 1.69 points Read more →

  • Lach Elmer

    Elmer Lach

    Elmer Lach played professionally with the Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League (NHL).  Elmer remained with the team for 14 years until retiring after the 1953/54 playoffs. Lach centered the “Punch Line” between Maurice Richard and Toe Blake. During Read more →

  • Orland Kurtenbach

    Orland Kurtenbach

    Photo Credit: Hockey Hall of Fame Orland Kurtenbach began playing organized hockey when, at the age of ten, his family moved from Cudworth to Prince Albert. By the time he was eighteen, he was the leading scorer on the Saskatchewan Junior Read more →

  • Kluzak Gordon

    Gordon “Gord” Kluzak

    Gordon “Gord” Kluzak was a hockey all-star by the age of 11, dominating minor hockey in southwest Saskatchewan. He played on 2 Saskatchewan pee wee championship teams in Swift Current, and later won the Canadian midget championship with the Notre Read more →

  • King Dave

    David “Dave” King, C.M.

    Dave King was born in North Battleford and began his coaching career as an assistant coach with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies in 1972.   This experience led him to work at a number of levels in Saskatoon including bantam in Read more →

  • Kartusch_Wayne

    Wayne Kartusch

    Wayne Kartusch was born in Regina where he began his love of hockey. Wayne played competitively in the Regina Pats Minor Hockey System before graduating in 1958 to the Regina Pats Junior Hockey Club. Following two seasons with the Pats, Read more →

  • Kartusch Mike

    Michael “Mike” Kartusch, C.M.

    Michael “Mike” Kartusch’s involvement with youth hockey teams began while he was in his early twenties.  Locally, he organized, coached, and administered the city Parks Hockey League.  Kartusch was also an administrator, coach, and president of the Senior Men’s Inter-City Read more →

  • Juckes Gordon

    Gordon Juckes

    Gordon Juckes played minor hockey in Melville and, in 1946, became the president of the Melville Millionaires. Gordon rose through the executive levels of amateur hockey, serving as president of the Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League and the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Read more →

  • Hunter William

    William “Bill” Hunter

    Saskatoon-born Bill Hunter has had a storied career that involves a multitude of sports.  While growing up in Saskatoon in the 30’s, he founded the Saskatoon Dukes Football Club, the forerunner of the Hilltops.  After attending Notre Dame College at Read more →