2015 Inductees

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Player

Wendel Clark

Wendel Clark (Kelvington) has been inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame as a player. Clark had a very impressive career starting in Junior as a defenceman with the Saskatoon Blades. During his junior career, he was on Team Canada’s Gold Medal-winning team at the 1985 World Junior Championships. That same year, he was drafted first overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs. Clark played the majority of his career with the Maple Leafs, but also dressed with five other teams. Clark…

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Wendel Clark

Player

Dave "Tiger" Williams

David “Tiger” Williams (Weyburn) has been being inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame as a player. Williams played his junior career in Saskatchewan with the Swift Current Broncos. In 1974, he was drafted by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the second round, 32nd overall. In his 14 years in the NHL, Williams played with five NHL teams – most notably the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Vancouver Canucks, where he spent the majority of his 962 games. Williams was known as…

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Dave "Tiger" Williams

Player

Victor Lynn

Victor Lynn (Saskatoon) has been inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame as a player. Lynn played with all of the Original Six teams during his 20-year career. In a span of 327 games, he collected 125 points and 274 penalty minutes. Lynn started his career in New York in 1942 playing with the Rangers for one game. Lynn spent the majority of his NHL career with the Toronto Maple Leafs. During his time with the Leafs, he helped the team to three consecutive Stanley Cup…

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Victor Lynn

Player

Guyle Fielder

Guyle Fielder (Nipawin) has been inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame as a player. Fielder started his Junior career with the Prince Albert Mintos in 1948. From there, he moved to Lethbridge to play two seasons before signing as a free agent with the Chicago Blackhawks. Although he only played 15 games in the NHL, his Minor career was impressive. Most of his time was spent playing 22 seasons with the Western Hockey League. He was the first professional hockey player at any…

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Guyle Fielder

Builder

Dave King

Dave King (North Battleford) has been inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame as a builder. King started his coaching career as an Assistant Coach with the University of Saskatchewan in 1972. During his time with USask, he won three conference championships and was named the Canadian Interuniversity Athletics Union coach of the year in 1980. He led the Huskies to the CIAU national title in 1983. During that period, he served as the Head Coach of Canada’s National Junior team…

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Dave King

Builder

Jack McLeod

Jack McLeod (Regina) has been inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame as a builder. McLeod started his hockey career as a player with the Notre Dame Hounds before joining the Moose Jaw Canucks. As a member of the Canucks, he won the provincial championship in 1949. McLeod then joined the New York Rangers. After his playing career, McLeod focused on coaching. In 1965, he became the General Manager and Coach of Canada’s National Team. During his time, the Canadian Olympic Team…

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Jack McLeod

Builder

Gerry "Doc" Rooney

Gerry “Doc” Rooney (Estevan) has been inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame as a builder. Rooney took the lead in establishing the Humboldt Broncos association. In 1970, he was approached by Mike Shabaga of the Swift Current Broncos, to see if Humboldt would be interested in entering the Junior A League. In the team’s first year, they made the league final. The following two years, Rooney helped lead the Broncos to two league championships as the team’s…

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Gerry "Doc" Rooney

Grassroots

Elgar Petersen

Elgar Petersen (Humboldt) has been inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame in the Grassroots category. Petersen has been a major contributor to all levels of hockey in Humboldt since the late 1960s. During his time as a volunteer with Humboldt Minor Hockey, he was a coach, a mentor, a player, and so much more to the community. Petersen was seen at the rink almost every day, sometimes for over 12 hours a day. The members of the hockey community in Humboldt say his greatest legacy…

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Elgar Petersen

Official

Kevin Muench

Kevin Muench (Humboldt) has been inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame as an official. Muench has been an official with the Saskatchewan Hockey Association (now Hockey Saskatchewan) since 1976. During his time, he has worked his way to becoming one of the top officials in the country. He has been a referee in three IIHF tournaments including the 1994 Winter Olympics in Norway. His on-ice work also consists of numerous Memorial Cup championships, CIS national championships, and…

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Kevin Muench

Team

Simpson Flyers

The Simpson Flyers have been inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame in the Team category. The Flyers are being inducted for their outstanding provincial performances from 1965-72. The team started in 1952 as an intermediate team. Over the eight years, 52 players were on the Flyers roster. The team took part in exhibition, tournament, league, and provincial games. For the team’s first year in the Long Lake Hockey League, they were the Intermediate Northern Provincial…

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Simpson Flyers

Team

1933-34 Saskatoon Quakers

The 1933-34 Saskatoon Quakers have been inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame in the Team category. The Quakers were a dominant team not only in Saskatchewan but across the globe. The 12-player team made their presence felt on the international level. On March 1st, 1934, the team travelled to Milan, Italy, to take part in the International World Amateur Championships. The tournament consisted of a 12-team round-robin format. The team went on to beat the United States in the…

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1933-34 Saskatoon Quakers

Team

2002-03 Humboldt Broncos

The 2002-03 Humboldt Broncos have been inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame in the Team category. The Broncos had a very good 2002-03 season in the SJHL which helped lead them to a successful showing not only provincially but nationally. The team finished first in the SJHL with a 39-12-6-3 record. Humboldt defeated Melfort 4-0 in the first round, Battleford 4-2 in the second round, and Melville 4-0 in the league finals. The Broncos advanced to the Anavet Cup where they defeated…

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2002-03 Humboldt Broncos