The Ted Knight Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame Is Officially Reopen To The Public

July 7, 2020 - the Ted Knight Saskatchewan Hockey Hall Of Fame has officially reopened to the public with regular business hours; however, the theatre room is closed, table top hockey has been moved away from public access, and the penalty box with NHL video game is off-limits. These restrictions have been put into place in order to limit COVID-19 exposure to visitors and staff. The hall has implemented one way traffic, and hand sanitizer is available upon entry to the facility. Due to social distancing restrictions that remain in place, there may be restrictions on the number of visitors at any one time inside the facility.


Induction Dinner Postponed Until Summer of 2021

Yorkton, SK - The Ted Knight Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame (SHHOF) along with this year’s host committee for the 2020 Induction Dinner in Yorkton have made the difficult decision to postpone the event which was scheduled for July 24th at the Yorkton Culring Rink. The factors which ultimately lead to this decision were concerns over the current COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty surrounding public health and the host committee’s ability to operate in terms of ticket sales, sponsorship acquisition and the capacity to put on a first-class event. The Induction Dinner which is sponsored by SaskTel had previously announced it’s class of inductees on February 28th. Those selected will carry forward along with the host community of Yorkton for the 2021 event. A date will be announced for the 2021 Induction Dinner once a decision has been finalized.


Ted Knight Sask. Hockey Hall of Fame Announces Class of 2020

February 28th, 2020 - The Ted Knight Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame (SHHOF) along with the Saskatchewan Hockey Association are proud to announce the host community and class of inductees for it’s 9th annual Induction Dinner. This summer, the SHHOF is excited to be heading to Yorkton, on Friday, July 24th. The Yorkton Curling Rink will be the venue for this event when we welcome seven (7) inductees and two (2) teams that are worthy of this achievement.

Those chosen to be enshrined into the Ted Knight Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame’s Class of 2020 are as follows:


  • Player: Kelly Buchberger, Cliff Koroll, Nicholas “Nick” Schultz, Mandi Schwartz*
  • Builder: Gerry James
  • Grassroots: Allan "Al" Harrison*, Wayne Henley*
  • Team: 1992-93 Yorkton Mallers, 2013-14 Yorkton Terriers

(*Denotes inductee is deceased)

Each year the SHHOF celebrates the contributions and achievements of players, builders, teams, officials and those at the grassroots level. The annual induction dinner is rotated around the province in partnership with the Saskatchewan Hockey Association to promote the Hall, celebrate local inductees while raising funds which benefit the local host community. Tickets for this year’s event will be available through the Yorkton Terrriers box office. An announcement will be made in the coming weeks when tickets go on sale.


8th Annual Ted Knight Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame Complete

The Ted Knight Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Dinner took place Saturday, July 6th at Prairieland Park in Saskatoon. The Dinner featured local product Drew Remenda who served as emcee for the night's festivities. The Induction Dinner marked the 8th time this event has been held and the first time it was hosted by the City of Saskatoon. We wish to thank the Host Committee which included' Bart Hunter, Tom Yanko, Bob Fawcett, Tracey Monette, Tj Keller, Kyle Aschim, Wray Morrison, Monique Hein, Dave Chartier, Dan Erickson, Jenna Richards, Kelly Boes, Trevor Broker, Ashley Buckberger, Patrick Cey, Steve Hogle, Craig Humber, Jonathan Huntington, Garry Peters, Sheldon Wiebe and Kent Hartshorn. Lastly, we'd like to congratulate the 15 new inductees who were honoured in the Player, Builder, Grassroots, Officials and Teams categories.


  • Player: Murray “Bert” Olmstead*, Ferdinand “Fernie” Flaman*, Keith Magnuson*,
  • Curtis Leschyshyn, Brian Skrudland, Ed Van Impe
  • Builder: Murray Armstrong*, Maxwell “Max” McNab*, William “Bill” Thon*, Brodsky Family
  • Official: Brad Watson
  • Grassroots: Jim McIntyre, Joe Bloski
  • Team: 2004-05 Saskatoon Contacts, 1967 Saskatoon Centennials

(*Denotes inductee is deceased)

To see pictures from that night, head over to the gallery section by clicking HERE


Pictured left to right: Tracey Knight and Kyle Knight

The Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame opened in 2012 in conjunction with the Saskatchewan Hockey Association’s 100th year celebration. The location of the SHHOF is in Swift Current at the Credit Union I-Plex, home of the Swift Current Broncos.

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