• 2009 Eugene Hritzuk Senior Men’s Curling Team

    Eugene Hritzuk (skip), Kevin Kalthoff (third), Verne Anderson (second), and Dave Folk (lead) Eugene Hritzuk is well known in Canadian curling circles. He enhanced his curling profile when he skipped his rink comprised of Kevin Kalthoff (third), Verne Anderson (second), Read more →

  • 1984-85 Moose Jaw Generals Hockey Club

    One could say the 1984/85 Moose Jaw Generals were destined for greatness and a place in Canadian hockey history. When the puck dropped to start the South Central Senior Hockey League regular season, fans could see this was going to Read more →

  • Richard “Dick” White

    Richard “Dick” White has reached icon status when it comes to University athletics. He has dedicated more than 30 years to helping develop high quality sports programs and, more importantly, athletes into community leaders. White began his illustrious career at Read more →

  • Sharon Tkachuk

    Being an official for over 40 years, Sharon Tkachuk has had a positive and lasting impact on track and field as well as Saskatchewan sports in general. Her dedication as an official and leadership as a coach has made a Read more →

  • 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 →

  • Milos Kostic

    When you think of Milos Kostic, you see an amazing athlete who has defied time while achieving greatness well beyond many of those half his age.   Most recently this very unique athlete, who was born in 1941, captured his eighth Read more →

  • Cliff Koroll

    Cliff Koroll’s journey to the National Hockey League (NHL) began in Saskatoon.  As a member of the Midget A Saskatoon Wesley’s, Koroll helped them win a Provincial Championship in 1961/62. He was also a major factor in the Wesley’s 1963/64 Read more →

  • 2002 Saskatoon Hilltops Football Club

    For three consecutive seasons, the Saskatoon Hilltops dominated Junior Football in Canada. From 2001-2003 the Hilltops captured three Conference Championships and three Canadian Bowl titles. The 2002 version of the Saskatoon Hilltops continued their on field success finishing the season Read more →

  • 2003 Saskatoon Hilltops Football Club

    For three consecutive seasons, the Saskatoon Hilltops dominated Junior Football in Canada. From 2001-2003 the Hilltops captured three Conference Championships and three Canadian Bowl titles. The Hilltops 2003 season was special as they finished the year undefeated. After leading the Read more →

  • Captain Edward Lyman “Hick” Abbott, MC/Bar

    Edward Lyman “Hick” Abbott was known throughout Western Canada as a great athlete, a true sportsman and an exceptional person.  Even today, many sports historians consider Abbott one of Regina’s greatest athletes. Originally born in Orillia, Ontario, Abbott moved to Read more →

  • Jacqueline Lavallee

    For Jacqueline Lavallee one sport was not enough. During her youth her natural athletic talents took her to the Saskatchewan Summer Games as a member of the track team in 1992, the Western Canada Summer Games in 1995 with the Read more →

  • Photo courtesy : Los Angeles Kings

    Bob Bourne

    Bob Bourne, a native of Netherhill, SK turned his outstanding amateur hockey skills  into an exceptional junior hockey career and four Stanley cup championships with the New York Islanders. In his three seasons with the Saskatoon Blades, Bourne showcased his Read more →

  • 1996 Randy Bryden Curling Team

    Saskatchewan is known for producing great curlers. The 1996 Randy Bryden rink was no exception.  This group was a perfect example of the determination and work ethic needed for success on the pebbled ice. For the Bryden Rink, the road Read more →

  • Photo Courtesy : Chicago Blackhawks

    Keith Magnuson

    Wadena’s favourite son, Keith Magnuson, is also one of the Chicago Blackhawks most memorable defensemen. Magnuson’s journey to the National Hockey League (NHL) began in 1964 when he joined the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s Saskatoon Blades. After one season, Magnuson Read more →

  • Photo Courtesy : Claude Petit

    Claude Petit, C.M., S.O.M.

    Claude Petit is not only a distinguished serviceman and athlete, but also a role model for the First Nations community.  Born in Duck Lake in 1935, Petit kept his focus on Saskatchewan boxing circles, quickly becoming well known within them.  Read more →