• 1941 Regina Rangers Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Senior Hockey Champions, 1941 (Allan Cup) The Regina Rangers placed first in the South Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League with a record of 20-8-4. With a low total of only 95 goals allowed throughout the season, “Sugar” Jim Henry Read more →

  • 1935 North Battleford Beavers Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Western Canadian Senior Hockey Champions (Allan Cup), 1935 In the 1933-34 season the North Battleford Beavers dominated the Amateur Hockey League. So the following season the Beavers were considered to be frontrunners for the Canadian Senior Hockey Championship and Read more →

  • 1934 Saskatoon Quakers Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: World Hockey Champions, 1934 In 1934 the Moncton Hawks, the previous Allan Cup winners were expected to go compete at the International Amateur tournament but due to lack of funding were unable to go. So the runner-ups of the Read more →

  • 1933 Regina Pats Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Western Canada Junior Hockey Champions, 1933 The Regina Pats dominated the Regina league and so it came as no surprise that they took the league final from the Regina Maple Leafs in a two game total goal series 7-0. Read more →

  • 1930 Regina Pats Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Hockey Champions, 1930 (Memorial Cup) After a short three game regular season, the Regina Pats dominated the provincial playoffs proving they needed little practice. The Pats defeated the Wilkie Outlaws handily for the Saskatchewan title in the Read more →

  • 1928 Regina Monarchs Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: World’s Junior Hockey Champions, 1928 (Memorial Cup) In the 1927-28 season the Regina Pats and Regina Falcons joined together to create the Regina Monarchs Hockey Club. Coached by Howie Milne, the Monarchs went on to have an undefeated regular Read more →

  • 1925 Regina Pats Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: World Junior Amateur Hockey Champions, 1925 (Memorial Cup) The 1925 Regina Pats started off strong, going undefeated in regular season play. A part of a two team league, the Pats’ regular season consisted of only five games all against Read more →

  • 1914 Regina Victoria Hockey Club

    1914 Regina Victoria Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: World Amateur Hockey Champions, 1914 (Allan Cup) The Regina Victoria Hockey Club was formed in 1913, in their inaugural season the team played 16 games, winning 12 and losing four. After beating the Winnipeg Monarchs, the team that held 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 →

  • 1966 Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Football League Champions (Grey Cup), 1966. After getting defeated in eight previous Grey Cups the Riders were hungry and eager to get redemption in 1966. This Roughrider team would go down in history as one of the greatest Read more →

  • 1966 Regina Rams Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1966. After losing the Western Final in 1965, the Regina Rams were out for redemption in 1966.  They finished first with a record of 5 wins, 3 losses with a total of 17 Rookies on Read more →

  • 1938 Dales Athletic Rugby Club

    Accomplishments: Dominion (Canadian) Junior Rugby Champions, 1938. The Regina Dales started out in 1929 as a way for young people living in one of the city’s poorer areas to participate in a wide variety of sports. By 1933 they entered 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 →

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    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 →

  • Max Bentley

    Maxwell “Max” Bentley

    Max Bentley followed his older brothers footsteps and had a lot of success in Saskatchewan as a talented hockey player. As a teenager he joined the well-known Saskatoon Wesley’s Junior Hockey Team for the 1935-36 season. Max moved on to Read more →