• 1979 Prince Albert Raiders Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Hockey Champions, 1979 (Centennial Cup) After capturing the Centennial Cup for the first time in 1977, the Prince Albert Raiders were driven to win the championship once again. They first had to beat the Moose Jaw Canucks Read more →

  • 1977 Prince Albert Raiders Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Hockey Champions, 1977 (Centennial Cup) In May 1977 the Prince Albert Raiders won the Centennial cup for the first time. To reach the National Championship they had captured the Saskatchewan title by winning a best of seven Read more →

  • 1974 Regina Pats Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Hockey Champions, 1974 (Memorial Cup) At the beginning of the season the Regina Pats were seen as contenders for the Western Canada Hockey League championship but it was not until halfway through the year they became frontrunners. Read more →

  • Obodiac Stan

    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 →

  • Juckes Gordon

    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 →

  • 1980 Rick Folk Curling Team

    Accomplishments: World Men’s Curling Champions, 1980. On March 30, 1980, Rick Folk, Ron Mills, Tom Wilson and Jim Wilson brought Canada its first world curling championship since 1972. After a convincing win at the Brier in Calgary, where they beat Read more →

  • Elmer Hazzard

    Elmer Hazzard began water skiing in 1960. By 1970, he won the Regina Beach Open Trick Skiing event and the Stoney Lake Senior Men’s overall title. The following year he won three trick events, the Saskatchewan Open, the Stoney Lake Read more →

  • Doug Bruce

    During his lifetime, Doug Bruce was involved in basketball, tennis, volleyball and softball. He was regarded as an important builder of sport, especially through his service to tennis. Doug was on the executive of the Regina Tennis Club in various Read more →

  • Diane Jones Konihowski, C.M.

    As a high school sophomore in Saskatoon, Diane made her first National team as a high jumper and javelin thrower. As Canada’s premiere pentathlete, Diane Jones Konihowski competed in the 1972 Olympics in Munich, and won the gold medal at Read more →

  • Arnold Boldt, O.C.

    Arnold Boldt of Osler, Saskatchewan lost his right leg at the age of three in a grain auger accident. That did not stop Boldt, who went on to gain international recognition in track and field. When Boldt was 19 years Read more →

  • Robin Hahn

    Robin Hahn has been associated with horses all his life. He was a groom and assistant trainer at the 1956 Olympics in Stockholm, Sweden. The team won a bronze medal. Hahn was Canadian 3-Day Event Champion in 1967, 1969, 1971 Read more →

  • Muriel (Armstrong) Youngson

    Muriel Youngson joined the Caledonian Ladies Curling Club in 1931.  In both 1943 and 1945, she won the Grand Aggregate in the Regina Ladies Bonspiel. Youngson was elected president of the Caledonian Ladies Curling Club in 1945, 1946, and 1947, Read more →

  • Les Youngson

    Les Youngson won the Provincial title in 1936, and competed in the Macdonald Brier in Toronto.  He won the South Saskatchewan Championships in 1943 and 1948 and over the years competed in bonspiels throughout Saskatchewan and Manitoba.  He curled in Read more →

  • Stayner Bob

    Robert “Bob” Stayner

    A consummate coach, Bob has been involved in basketball, football, hockey and fastball. Bob coached the Adilman Aces to the Canadian Senior Women’s Basketball Championship in 1959 and again in 1963. The 1959 team represented Canada at the Pan-Am Games Read more →