• Jason Parker

    From his humble beginnings in Yorkton to the Olympic Games, speed skating has taken Jason Parker around the world and home again. From his first race when he fell four times and finished dead last, to a silver medal in Read more →

  • Vernon “Vern” Pachal

    Vern Pachal first displayed his impressive skills as a hockey player while still a young boy in his hometown of Yorkton.  He led three Yorkton teams to provincial championships—at the Pee Wee level in 1943, the Bantam level in 1945, Read more →

  • Prystai Metro

    Metro Prystai

    Metro Prystai played bantam and midget hockey in Yorkton, but it was with the Moose Jaw Canucks that he made a name for himself (1943/44-1946/47).  The team was the Western Canadian Junior champions in 1945 and 1947. In 1947, Prystai Read more →

  • Obodiac Stan

    Stanley “Stan” Obodiac

    Stanley “Stan” Obodiac’s achievements in the world of hockey were not restricted to Canada. Stan played for the Lethbridge Maple Leafs when they won the 1951 World Hockey Championships in Paris, France. He also coached and played on European teams Read more →