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John Rodger

…and daughters Avery and Abigail); special friends, Olga Barth, Delaine (Mark) Russo, and their children Maksym and Gabriella, lifelong DMCI friends Ron Skaftfeld, Dick Monk, Bill Kilfoyle, Warren Gregg and…

TREVOR KIDD

…National Hockey League. The 1988/89 Wheat Kings weren’t very good, but the WHL soon took notice of the kid in net that was stopping a lot of rubber and keeping…

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TED 'DUTCH' HOLLAND O9/18/1937 - 07/22/2021

…Kathleen, his brother-in-law Roy Parkhill, and his dogs, Nipper, Rusty, Tess and Kirby. He is survived by his sister Nancy Ann Parkhill, his son Robert (Jennifer) Holland, grandsons, Tommy and…

2002/03 ILE des CHENES NORTHSTARS

…Ile des Chenes began its run to the 2003 Canadian senior hockey championship by winning a three-team tournament in Manitoba that included La Broquerie Habs and the Warroad…

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Loughlin, Clem

…leagues, returning to the NHL as a coach when he was hired to run the Chicago Blackhawks from 1934-37. Loughlin later settled in Viking, Alberta, to manage a hotel….

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2021 SAM FABRO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

…student athlete from Russia. Polina is an excellent student in the Asper School of Business and a well respected member of our team. She is also a  great teammate who…

MANITOBA HOCKEY HERITAGE DAY

…of hockey.  Behind the scenes and out of the limelight, Officials and Volunteers have worked tirelessly to keep the games running. The Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame Heritage Award of,…

2022 Ed Sweeney Award

…of 1979, losing most of the players who led them to the team’s third AVCO Cup victory that spring – Kent Nilsson, Terry Ruskowski, Rich Preston, Kim Clackson and Barry…

The Bob Chrystal Story - Block That Shot

…and more. He also discusses his run-in with coach Phil Watson and how Phil single-handily ended Bob’s NHL career.  Throughout his hockey career, Bob’s father compiled a half-dozen or scrapbooks…

Green, Edward Joseph (Ted)

…Born in Eriksdale, MB this rugged defenceman played junior hockey with the St. Boniface Canadiens and was added to the roster of the 1959 MJHL Winnipeg Braves. The…

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Johnny Peirson

…(Dave Emslie), and Susan Peirson (Paul Ritger), eleven grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. John was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He was the son to Frederick Richard Peirson and Ruth Widder…

1972/73 PORTAGE TERRIERS

…empty-handed. Both times his Monarchs had lost in a Game Seven final. His 1972/73 Terriers had run away with the regular season North Division and earned their spot in the…

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1919/20 SELKIRK FISHERMEN

…ABBOTT CUP TROPHY MANITOBA/SASKATCHEWAN CHAMPIONSTURNBULL MEMORIAL TROPHY The Selkirk Fishermen are the longest running junior hockey team in Canada. The franchise was founded in 1917, and joined the…

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JIM JOHNSON - NOVEMBER 7, 1942 - MAY 4, 2021

…missed by his grandchildren in California, Jason and Keeley and their families, by his sisters, Mary (John) Hydomako, Audrey (Tony) Gmitrowski, Ruth Neskar and Kathy Smolinski. Jim will also be…

1896 WINNIPEG VICTORIAS

…1896 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS The Winnipeg Victorias were the city’s predominant senior team. They claimed the Anderson cup three years running before January 1895 when they set out…

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First World Juniors in Winnipeg

The first World Juniors were held in Winnipeg during the 1974/75 season. The final culminated in a Canada vs Russia classic.

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Scott, Gladwyn

…Born in Hamiota, he began his hockey career as a player and in 1951-52 turned to coaching in rural Manitoba until 1985-86. He has served as the President…

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Davie, R. H. "Pinky"

…the Boston Bruins. For 35 years the dedicated service of “Pinky” Davie helped amateur teams and leagues particularly in rural Manitoba in the Dauphin, Flin Flon and Virden areas….

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Tresoor, Al

…skating tips from Harold Snell, an Ice Capades clown, advice on goaltending from his baseball coach, Terry Sawchuk, and help from Carl Brewer, Anatoly Tarasov, the great Russian coach, and…

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Fleming, Wayne

…Bisons head man and also coached in Russia, Sweden, Germany and Switzerland. Fleming worked with head coach Dave King when Canada won a silver Olympic medal in Albertville, France in…

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Hawerchuk, Dale

…Year in 1982. He was an NHL second all-star team selection in 1985 and was runner-up for the Hart trophy that year. Dale played nine seasons with the Jets and…

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Nicolson, Ken "Friar"

…and for Canada’s National team. His Jets coverage took him to Russia, Sweden, Finland, Japan and all over North America. Besides hockey, Ken Nicolson covered the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and…

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Ball, Terry

run to the Allan Cup championship. He then played the 1964-65 season with the junior KItchener Rangers of the OHA. Ball played 15 pro seasons including 74 NHL games and…

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Gordon, Stratton

…(IHL) in 1957 and 1958. Back in the WHL, he scored four winning goals for the Spokane Comets in the 1962 play-offs. He then played in the rugged EHL for…

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Cockburn, Bill

…championship. The next year he backstopped the Winnipegs to the Olympic championship in Lake Placid, New York. Also in 1932 he was runner-up for the Crowe Award as Canada’s Athlete…

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Links

…a nice little look back at the successful run of young Isaac Brock Community Club boys and their dedicated coaches. Visit Isaac Brock Hockey Club 1957-1964. Hockey and railroads share…

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Dunsmore, Fred

…reasons. He was runner-up for Manitoba’s “Athlete of the Century”. At 17 he was with the Brandon Wheat Kings Juniors Western finalists. He was Rookie of the Year for Streatham,…

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Lee, Allan (Butch)

…defeated “A” champs from Russell, then lost a close series with “AA” Dauphin who went on to win the Western Canada championship. A successful minor coach, “Butch” Lee took Pierson…

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