• 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 →

  • Irvin Dick

    Dickinson “Dick” Irvin Sr.

    Dickinsn “Dick” Irvin played the game of hockey with such style and power that sports writers praised him as the “World’s Greatest Amateur Hockey Player”.   As an amateur he played with the Winnipeg Monarchs and the Strathconas, the Regina Victorias Read more →

  • Huck Pats

    Anthony “Fran” Huck

    Fran Huck was born in Regina and played his minor hockey in the Regina Pats organization beginning with the Pats Midget “A” team at age 15.  In the 1962/63 hockey season he moved up to the Junior “A” Pats from Read more →

  • Howe Gordie

    Gordie Howe, O.C.

    Gordie Howe played for 25 years as a member of the Detroit Red Wings in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1946 to 1971, winning the Stanley Cup 4 times.   Throughout his entire career he played in 1,767 regular season Read more →

  • Hay William

    William “Bill” “Red” Hay

    William “Red” Hay played hockey with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies and the Regina Pat Juniors before moving to the Colorado College Tigers in 1955. In 1959, Bill joined the Chicago Blackhawks and played on what would become known as Read more →

  • Hall Glenn

    Glenn Hall

    Glenn Hall joined the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League (NHL) in 1951, but mainly played on the farm team, the Edmonton Flyers until 1955.  After 2 full seasons of play (1955/56-1956/57) with the Red Wings, he was Read more →

  • Gillies Clark

    Clark Gillies

    In 1971, Clark Gillies joined the Regina Pats and led his team to the Memorial Cup championship in 1974. Clark’s 12 year career with the New York Islanders included 4 consecutive Stanley Cups from 1980 to 1983, and his selection Read more →

  • Fowler Norman

    Norman “Heck” Fowler

    After moving to Saskatoon from Ontario when he was 15 years old, Norman “Heck” Fowler quickly made himself known, contributing to sport at both the amateur and professional levels for forty years. Fowler played baseball, soccer and lacrosse, but it Read more →

  • Flaman Fern

    Ferdinand “Fernie” Flaman

    Born in Dysart and raised in Regina, Fern Flaman played with a variety of Regina minor hockey teams until 1943 when the Boston Olympics, a Boston Bruins’ farm team, lured him into the United States. With Flaman’s help, the Olympics Read more →

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    Duncan “Dunc” Fisher

    As a young man growing up in Regina, Saskatchewan, Dunc Fisher was a natural athlete.  He was a competitive swimmer, quarterback of the Balfour Technical School football team, a runner on the track team, and shortstop on the baseball team.  Read more →

  • Federko Bernie

    Bernard “Bernie” Federko

    Bernie Federko first displayed his hockey skills in his hometown of Foam Lake.  Following some minor league play with the Foam Lake Flyers, he moved on to an outstanding junior career with the Saskatoon Blades of the Western Hockey League.  Read more →

  • Ken Doraty

    A product of Stittsville, Ontario Ken Doraty moved to Saskatchewan in his youth where he excelled as a hockey player. In 1925, Ken Doraty played with Western Canada’s first Memorial Cup winners, the Regina Pats. The following year Doraty turned Read more →

  • Crawford Russell

    Samuel “Rusty” Crawford

    Samuel “Rusty” Crawford was billed as one of the greatest hockey players of his time. During a career of over 21 seasons in professional hockey, Rusty never missed a game due to an injury.  He was a member of 3 Read more →

  • Bower Johnny

    John “Johnny” Bower

    Prince Albert, Saskatchewan heralded the arrival of a future hall of famer in November of 1924. Bower played on frozen ponds with catalogues and mattresses for body protection. He started in the nets at eight years of age. Bower’s junior Read more →