• 1983 University of Saskatchewan Huskies Hockey Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union (CIAU) National Men’s Hockey Champions, 1983 The 1982-83 season was the culmination of a three year effort to capture the Men’s Hockey Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union (C.I.A.U) Championship. The Huskies had lost the championship the Read more →

  • Clark Gillies

    Clark Gillies

    In 1971, Clark Gillies joined the Regina Pats and led his team to the Memorial Cup championship in 1974. Clark’s 12 year career with the New York Islanders included 4 consecutive Stanley Cups from 1980 to 1983, and his selection Read more →

  • Red Berenson

    Gordon “Red” Berenson

    Red played his minor hockey in Regina and showed great promise with the Regina Pat Midgets who were two-time Provincial Midget Champions. Berenson was the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s Rookie of Year with the Regina Pat Juniors in the 1956-57 Read more →

  • 1974 Emily Farnham Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Ladies’ Curling Champions, 1974. The Farnham curling team from the Saskatoon Nutana Curling Club was composted of: Skip, Emily Farnham; Third, Linda (Saunders) Wagner; Second, Pat McBeath; and Lead, Donna Collins. Farnham and Collins had played together for Read more →

  • Mark Tennant

    Mark Tennant

    Mark’s skills as a coach and innovator led to three consecutive Women’s Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union (CIAU) championships for the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) in 1979, 1980, and 1981. Tennant served as president of the Saskatchewan Volleyball Association Read more →

  • Alexander “Alex” Decoteau

    Alex was born near North Battleford on Red Pheasant Reserve and he attended Battleford Indian Industrial School. It was during this time at school that he developed his athletic skills. Records indicate that as a youngster, he was excellent at Read more →

  • Werner “Vern” Friebel

    Vern served in many executive capacities with the Saskatoon Figure Skating Club and when Saskatoon hosted the inaugural Canada Winter Games in 1971, he was the obvious choice to be the chairperson. Vern worked throughout northern Saskatchewan, organizing and developing Read more →

  • Jay Sim

    Jay Sim

    Jay Sim played his minor softball career with the Junior Imperial 400’s of Saskatoon. His move to senior competition was marked with many successes on the Saskatoon All-O-Matic’s, Saskatoon Molson’s, and the Rempel Brothers softball teams. Jay played with the Read more →

  • Maureen Johnson

    Maureen was responsible for the first provincial competition in 1954 and the first western Canadian championships to be held in Saskatchewan in 1984. She also directed the 1982 and 1987 Canadian championships. Maureen served as a judge and helped to Read more →

  • Richard ”Rick” Jorgensen

    Rick achieved a fifth degree black belt and served as chief instructor with the Midwest Karate Association in Regina. He was involved with the founding of the Saskatchewan Karate Association (SKA) in 1977 and served as president for 14 years Read more →