• 1989 Swift Current Broncos Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Hockey Champions, 1989 (Memorial Cup) To cap off their remarkable season in 1988-89, the Swift Current Broncos captured the Memorial Cup, a symbol of junior hockey supremacy in Canada. The Swift Current Broncos were first “out of Read more →

  • Turner Robert

    Robert “Bob” Turner

    Robert “Bob” Turner played with the Regina Pats, the Regina Capitals (Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League) and the Shawinigan Cataractes (Quebec Hockey League) before joining the Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League (NHL) in 1955. Bob earned 5 Stanley Cup Read more →

  • 1979 University of Saskatchewan Huskies Men’s Volleyball Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Men’s Intercollegiate Athletic Union (CIAU) National Volleyball Champions, 1979. In March of 1979, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies Volleyball team made history by capturing its first ever Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union (CIAU) Championship. The Huskies had previously won Read more →

  • Robert “Bob” Lowe

    Bob Lowe was a tireless organizer and coach of wrestling programs in Regina schools and with the Northwest/Underdog Wrestling Club for 30 years. In addition to the 300 plus provincial champions under his guidance, Lowe coached over 20 teams to Read more →

  • Lynn Kanuka

    Between 1973 and 1981, Lynn Kanuka finished in the top three in every track event she entered at the local and provincial levels. Lynn set eleven Canadian senior running records between 1983 and 1989 in the 1500m, 2000m, 3000m, 5000m Read more →

  • Lyle Sanderson

    Lyle Sanderson was the University of Saskatchewan’s athletics coach starting in 1965.  Under his tenure, the university has captured 19 Western Conference team titles and five Canadian team titles. As well, he served as a meet director for many track Read more →

  • Rene Marleau

    Rene Marleau organized, conducted and officiated local and provincial speed skating competitions for 38 years. Nationally, Marleau was involved with the Canada Games for 30 years and served as president and commissioner for the Canadian Amateur Speed Skating Association. Rene Read more →

  • Edmund Bitz

    For 29 years, Edmund Bitz was a softball official at all levels, including world championships. The native of Leipzig, Saskatchewan, began umpiring in 1963 and served as the North-West Zone Umpire in Chief from 1966 to 1970, the provincial Umpire-in-Chief Read more →

  • Terrance “Terry” Puhl

    After dominating provincial baseball, Terry Puhl signed with the Houston Astros, in 1973, at age 17.  His 15-year pro career began in 1977, playing 14 seasons with the Astros, and winning three divisional titles. Puhl’s lifetime numbers include a .280 Read more →

  • James Gerry

    Gerry James

    Gerry James joined the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 1952 as the youngest CFL player at age 17.  During his eleven years with Winnipeg, James won four Grey Cups and rushed for over 1,000 yards in 1955 and 1957. He won Read more →