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Ruttan, Jack

…League. Ruttan played for the Winnipegs in 1913, the year they won the Allan Cup. Jack Ruttan remained in hockey as a coach for many years after his playing days….

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Russell, Lawrence (Spud)

…Born in Winnipeg, he played minor hockey with the East Kildonan Bisons and the Excelsiors, a team he later coached to several provincial minor hockey championships. Russell coached…

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Pilous, Rudy

…WHL champion Denver Invaders. He managed the WHA champion Winnipeg Jets in 1976 & 1978. Rudy Pilous later scouted for Detroit and LA and was GM of Toronto’s farm team…

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Russell, Church

…with Vancouver Canucks in the PCHL (1950-51). He played over 300 pro games, with 74 goals, 101 assists, 175 points. Church Russell’s senior career was with the Winnipeg Maroons….

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Rupp, Duane

…seasons with Vancouver Blazers and Calgary Cowboys with 3 goals, 42 assists, for 45 points. In 1974, Duane Rupp was a member of the AHL Calder champion Hershey Bears….

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Farrell, Russ

…Born in Dauphin, Russ Farrell enjoyed over 35 years in hockey as a coach and manager. He served from 1980 to 1982 as President of the Manitoba Amateur…

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How the Forward Pass Killed Joe Hall

…For the 1918/19 season, the forward pass rule was finally accepted by the National Hockey Association. The Pacific Coast Hockey Association had been using the tactic since 1913….

GERRY JAMES October 22, 1934 - February 13, 2024

…- football, hockey, baseball, soccer, ran track and played basketball. He credited his leg strength and endurance to his constant year-round cycling around River Heights. While attending Runnymede Collegiate in…

ROBERT ABRAM WALES 02/13/1939 - 07/09/2021

…yearlong teacher exchange programs overseas in England and then ultimately returning to Brandon. During his time in Brandon he stayed active running, taking part in the Terry Fox Run annually…

JOHN GORDON "Gordie" KERR 5/8/1923 - 9/22/2021

…and Patrick Carroll, and Karlo and Tessa Hood: nephew’s Jeff Rude (wife, Joanne), Stu Rude (wife, Gayle), Scott Rude (wife, Lori) and niece Janet Erwin (husband, Matt) along with many…


…Game two the teams went to overtime tied 2-2 and after 17 minutes River Heights took the victory. A Game three loss ended Assiniboia’s remarkable run of five straight Provincial…

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…game played a key role since the beginning in organizing and growing the sport. Out of the limelight, the Officials and Volunteers kept the games running and the Media reported…

Hall, Joe

…the beginning of his career, Joe Hall was a forward, however he found his rugged style of play more suited to defence. Playing his early hockey for the Brandon Regals…

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Fleury, Theo

…THEOREN FLEURY Born in Oxbow, SK., Theoren Fleury played minor hockey for the Russell Rams in his home community of Russell, MB. followed by one season of midget…

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…to Winnipeg charities. That winter the Maroons had played a mixed schedule against teams in the Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League and approximately twelve games against the Russian, Czechoslovakian, Swedish and…

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…32-15-1 record. Their opponent in the semi-finals would be the  defending Centennial Cup champion Portage Terriers. The Terriers were hoping for another run at the Centennial Cup and despite a…

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TOM MILLER - December 30, 1938 - January 19, 2024

…well as bonus step-grandchildren and step-great grandchildren. Dad is also survived by his brother Carl (Pauline), and sisters Ruth, Pat, Diane and Karen as well as numerous nieces and nephews….


…The Winnipegs defended the cup twice at home in March, defeating both Moose Jaw and Edmonton. ROSTER: Top Row L-R: H.G. Mayes-Vice-Pres., D.H. Cooper-Patron, A.J. Andrews-Patron, C.M. Ruttan-Pres., D.W.F. Nichols-…

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Allan, Perry

…of hockey – Provincial, National and International. He had an outstanding knowledge of the Rules of the game and applied them with integrity, courage and common sense. He served as…

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…the rural Manitoba Hockey League, the Falcons would take the MHL championship. The old Amphitheatre Rink was packed with 5,000 hockey fans on Thursday, February 6, 1920 to see the…

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…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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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…

2020 MBHHF Scholarship Recipients

…swim instructor during the summer, a hockey academy pier tutor, helped coach a hockey skills club, and participated in the Curtis Klassen Memorial Fund Run. He helped put on a…

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…