• 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 →

  • Rollins E.

    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 →

  • Resch_Hofmeister

    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 →

  • Rayner Chuck

    Claude “Chuck” Rayner

    Claude “Chuck” Rayner was born and raised in Sutherland and played his minor hockey there.  In the 1933-34 hockey season, the Sutherland Midget team with Chuck in goal, won the Saskatchewan championships.  His junior career began in Saskatoon and while Read more →

  • Ramsay William Beattie

    William Beattie Ramsay

    After serving 3 years as a pilot overseas in World War I, William Beattie Ramsay returned to captain the University of Toronto Blues hockey team. They were university and Ontario Hockey Association champions in 1920, and then in 1921, Allan 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 →

  • Propp Brian

    Brian Propp

    Lanigan’s Brian Propp enjoyed an outstanding minor hockey career in the Melville area.  His first team when he graduated to the junior ranks was the Melville Millionaires of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League for the 1975/76 season.  He led the Read more →

  • Olmstead Bert

    Murray “Bert” Olmstead

    Murray “Bert” Olmstead played in the Memorial Cup final with the Moose Jaw Canucks in 1945, his first season of junior hockey. During his professional career, Bert played for the Chicago Blackhawks from 1948 to 1950, the Montreal Canadiens from Read more →

  • Neilson

    James “Jim” Neilson

    Jim “Chief” Neilson was born in the small town of Big River, but his hockey aspirations would see him become one of the National Hockey League’s (NHL) top defensemen in the 1960s and 70s. Enjoying a seventeen-year career in the 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 →

  • 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 →