• Edward “Eddie” Shore

    After playing senior hockey for the Melville Millionaires, Eddie Shore turned professional with the Regina Capitals of  the Western Canada Hockey League, and the Edmonton Eskimos of the Western Hockey League. In 1926, he was traded to the Boston Bruins. Read more →

  • 1981 Regina Rams Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1981. Although the nucleus of the 1981 team remained the same as the successful 1980 team, the expectations were different. The Rams were expected to win – and win they did! The Rams went undefeated Read more →

  • 1980 Regina Rams Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1980. The success of the 1980 Regina Rams Football Team reflects the peak of Jerry Zbytnuik’s six-year stint as head coach. The Rams were determined not to repeat their 1979 loss in the Canadian final. Read more →

  • Doreen (Dredge) Wolff

    Joe Griffiths saw Doreen Wolff jump 4 feet, 10 ½ inches at a high school track meet.  He put spikes on her and only two weeks later she set a new junior world record, jumping 5 feet, 1 ½ inches. Read more →

  • Barbara Shockey-Milanese

    Barbara Shockey-Milanese began swimming at 6. By 14, she had set two provincial records in both the 400 and 800-metre freestyles. Although she was talented in several strokes, the 800-metre freestyle became her forte. In 1978, she placed fifth in Read more →

  • Boschuk Walter

    Walter “Wally” Boshuck

    Wally Boshuck was born in Struan, Saskatchewan on October 12, 1928. He bought his first pair of speed skates in 1944 when he was a sixteen-year-old high school student. Coached by Clarence Downey, Boshuck had shown promise as a speed Read more →

  • Henk Ruys

    Henk Ruys

    When Henk Ruys arrived in Saskatchewan, he discovered that his beloved game, soccer, was not a popular sport on the prairies. Nevertheless, he spent thousands of hours marking the pitches, building and maintaining the clubhouse, and lobbying Saskatoon for better Read more →

  • Jim Hill

    Vincent James “Jim” Hill

    Jim Hill was born August 12, 1919 in Saskatoon, the second youngest of seven children. While living in Goose Lake as a young man Hill boxed and later played hockey with the Laura Beavers, when the team became Intermediate “A” Read more →

  • Dennis Adkin Profile

    Dennis Adkin

    Ski administrator and builder, Dennis Adkin, was born June 5, 1919 at Monitor, Alberta. His first pair of skis was made at the local creamery, the ends turned up by steam. After World War II, he went to London, ON Read more →