• McLeod Jack

    Jack McLeod

    Jack McLeod, a right winger, turned pro at 18 with the New York Rangers and spent 4 years (1949-1953) with them before moving into the Western Hockey League.  He played with the Saskatoon Quakers, the Vancouver Canucks, and the Calgary Read more →

  • Kartusch Mike

    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 →

  • 1969 Saskatoon Merchants Men’s Fastball Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Senior Men’s Fastball Champions, 1969. The lead paragraph appearing in the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix on June 9th, 1969 stated, “It could be the year of the Merchants” – and it was! From humble beginnings of indoor workouts in an Read more →

  • Lougheed Ray

    Ray Lougheed

    Between 1954 and 1967, Ray Lougheed won Saskatchewan championships in the lightweight and welterweight categories ten times. Ray won six Canadian titles between 1956 and 1965 (four freestyle and two Greco Roman). Ray was also the Western Canada Lightweight Champion Read more →

  • John Leicester

    At age 17, John Leicester captured the Saskatchewan Junior Tennis Singles title. Leicester won the Saskatchewan championship seven times in singles, nine times in doubles, and six times in mixed doubles, and has been Western Canadian and Canadian Doubles Champion. Read more →

  • Roald Thompson

    Roald Thompson has competed in Regina championships, singles and doubles, since their inception in 1970, winning the titles repeatedly. He won provincial open “A” titles until switching to seniors’ competition in 1977 at 46 years of age. He won top Read more →

  • Eleanor Van Impe

    Eleanor (Powley) Van Impe

    In 1931, Eleanor Van Impe skated her way to the front ranks in the Canadian and North American Championships. Her winning accomplishments stretched over an eleven-year period; her specialties varied from the 220-yard race to 3/4 -mile, indoor and outdoor Read more →

  • Archer Sandy.FB.P

    Roy “Sandy” Archer

    Football’s “Dean of Trainers” was born in Moose Jaw. His work began in physiotherapy in 1946. Six years later he started his long affiliation with athletic teams when he began working for the Regina Pats. For 14 years he was Read more →