• Dennis Pottage

    During his years in hockey, Dennis Pottage didn’t care who won the games. Instead, he was concerned with how the games were played. As one of Saskatchewan’s top officials, he helped develop hockey officiating on the local, provincial, national and Read more →

  • Allan “Al” Pickard

    Allan “Al” Pickard was influential in organizing the YMCA Hockey League, the forerunner of the Parks League.  In the 1920s he played, coached, and presided over the Regina Aces. Al’s administrative abilities were recognized as he was elected to the Read more →

  • Leo Parker

    Leo Parker was a long time booster of hockey in the Humboldt area. Leo joined the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association (SAHA) as a member of the executive in 1950. He was instrumental in forming the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League in Read more →

  • Stan Obodiac

    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 →

  • Ken More

    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 →

  • Charlie McCool

    Charles “Charlie” McCool

    The Wesley hockey team was started as a hockey club for the boys of St. Thomas Wesley Church. Under Charles “Charlie” McCool’s guidance, they represented the City of Saskatoon in the juvenile and junior divisions from 1924 to 1953.  The 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 →

  • Dave King

    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 →

  • Wayne Kartusch

    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 →

  • Mike Kartusch

    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 →

  • Gordon Juckes

    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 →

  • Bill Hunter

    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 →

  • Frank Germann

    Frank Germann

    Born in Qu’Appelle, sport began for Frank Germann when he entered Notre Dame College at age 13. As a student, he played and coached baseball, football and hockey. Over the next 51 years Germann would continue his involvement and coaching Read more →

  • Emile Francis

    Emile Francis

    Emile Francis was well known throughout the province, his hockey and baseball roots stemming from North Battleford. Francis played his junior hockey career with the Moose Jaw Canucks and from there joined the National Hockey League’s (NHL) Chicago Blackhawks at Read more →

  • Bill Ford

    William “Bill” Ford

    William “Bill” Ford, one of the best-known hockey figures in Saskatchewan, dedicated over 50 years to the development of the sport as an official, coach, and executive member. Ford was first elected to the board of directors of the Saskatchewan Read more →