Pat FalloonDate of Birth: 1972-09-22
Date of Induction: 2017
Born in Foxwarren, this right winger had a record-setting 47 goals with Yellowhead Chiefs in AAA Midget hockey in 1988-89. Joining Spokane Chiefs of the WHL, Falloon had back-to-back 60-goal seasons. In 1991, Falloon won gold with the Canadian World Junior team then returned to the Chiefs to win the 1991 Memorial Cup where he was also named MVP.
Drafted 2nd overall by San Jose Sharks in the 1991 entry draft, Falloon would play nine NHL seasons. Leaving the NHL, Pat joined HC Davos of the Swiss A League, winning a Spengler Cup in his lone season overseas.
Retired from pro hockey, Falloon continued to play Senior hockey, capping his hockey career at the 2003 Allan Cup tournament. Pat Falloon put up nine points in four games and assisted on the winning goal in double overtime to help the Iles des Chenes North Stars North Stars win Canada's 2003 Senior hockey crown, the Allan Cup.