• Shannon Miller

    Shannon Miller has left a legacy everywhere she has gone in the hockey world. Miller was born in Tisdale and grew up in Melville. She played with the University of Saskatchewan women’s hockey team in their first year of existence. While she Read more →

  • William “Bill” Brownridge

    Growing up in the 1930s with spina bifida, Bill Brownridge channeled his love of sport, particularly hockey, into areas where he could excel, as an author and a painter. Brownridge’s love of hockey was forged on the family farm near Read more →

  • Colleen Sostorics

    Colleen Sostorics made the long journey from Kennedy, Saskatchewan to the top of an Olympic podium three times. Born in Regina and raised in Kennedy, Sostorics is a three-time Olympic gold medalist with the Canadian women’s hockey team. The road Read more →

  • Wendel Clark

    With a blue-collar work ethic instilled in him while growing up on the family farm near Kelvington, Saskatchewan, Wendel Clark combined a physical style with a scoring touch. Those traits made him a fan favourite and one of the most Read more →

  • Clarence Campbell OBE

    Clarence Campbell became one of the most important and influential figures in the history of the National Hockey League (NHL) without scoring a single goal. As president of the NHL from 1946 to 1977, Campbell was the league’s longest-serving president Read more →

  • Johannes “Johnny” Gottselig

    Johannes “Johnny” Gottselig did it all for the Chicago Black Hawks. From a starring role on the ice to guiding the team behind the bench, Johnny helped lead the Black Hawks to two Stanley Cup championships during the 1930s. He Read more →

  • David “Tiger” Williams

    David Williams was a scorer in junior hockey and a hard-nosed player in the National Hockey League (NHL). Through it all he was Tiger – a nickname given by his coach during his first year of hockey in Weyburn. Best Read more →

  • Guyle Fielder

    Guyle Fielder is considered the greatest minor league hockey player of all time. However, there wasn’t anything minor about his accomplishments. Beginning his career when there were only six teams and limited spots for players in the National Hockey League Read more →

  • 1984-85 Moose Jaw Generals Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Senior Men’s Hockey Champions, 1985 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, 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 →

  • 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 →

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    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 →

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    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 →

  • Garth Boesch

    Garth Boesch began attending Notre Dame College in Wilcox in 1937.Playing as a right winger, he spent three years at Notre Dame. In that time, he scored seventeen goals in twenty-nine games. He finished his schooling at Notre Dame determined Read more →

  • 1989 Swift Current Broncos Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Hockey Champions, 1989 (Memorial Cup) To cap off their remarkable season in 1988-89, the Swift Current Broncos captured the Memorial Cup, a symbol of junior hockey supremacy in Canada. The Swift Current Broncos were first “out of Read more →