• Metz Nick

    Nicholas “Nick” Metz

    During the fall of 1934, Nicholas “Nick” Metz went to the Toronto Maple Leafs.  After a stint with Syracuse, a farm team, he was back in Toronto for the playoffs. In 12 seasons with the Leafs, between 1934 and1948 (minus Read more →

  • Metz Don

    Donald “Don” Metz

    Donald “Don” Metz began his hockey career under Père Athol Murray at Notre Dame College.  From 1931 to 1933, Don played for St. Michael’s College in Toronto.  Don then played for the Toronto Goodyears for 3 years. Metz moved to Read more →

  • Fowler Norman

    Norman “Heck” Fowler

    After moving to Saskatoon from Ontario when he was 15 years old, Norman “Heck” Fowler quickly made himself known, contributing to sport at both the amateur and professional levels for forty years. Fowler played baseball, soccer and lacrosse, but it Read more →

  • 1907 to 1934 Prince Albert City Football (Soccer) Club

    Accomplishments: Provincial Soccer Champions 1910, 1913, 1914, 1920, 1925, 1929, 1933. Western Canadian Soccer Champions 1933 and 1934. The Prince Albert City Football Club was formed in 1907. They were provincial champions, winning the Saskatchewan Shield on seven occasions- 1910, Read more →

  • Paul Acoose

    As an amateur, Paul Acoose was the champion of western Canada in the three and five mile running events. On July 1, 1908 he won a 10.5 mile race in Regina 8 minutes ahead of the other runners. Paul Acoose Read more →

  • Black Jean

    Jean Black

    Born in Armdale, Scotland in 1912, Jean Black arrived in Canada in 1947 and moved to Regina in 1964. Jean’s contribution to lawn bowling is evident not only by her expertise on the greens, but also by the growth of Read more →

  • Livingstone Scotty

    R.C. “Scotty” Livingstone

    Prior to the Second World War, Scotty Livingstone played junior hockey for the Regina Abott Generals, and attended the New York Rangers Hockey Camp.  Unfortunately due to a serious war disability, Mr. Livingstone’s playing days were over. Coaching hockey and Read more →

  • Lederhouse Phil

    Phil Lederhouse

    Phil Lederhouse lost his sight in 1934 at the age of 19. Fifteen years later, in 1950, he took up golf. With no prior experience and six months coaching, Phil won the Canadian Blind Golf Championship in Hamilton. He also Read more →