Honoured Members

1967 Toronto Maple Leafs

In 1967, the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup finals. Montreal was considered to be a heavy favourite. But Bob Pulford scored the double-overtime winner in Game 3, Jim Pappin got the series winner in Game 6, and Dave Keon won the Conn Smythe Trophy

Big Ben

The story of Big Ben, like many heroes, had a modest beginning. Often overlooked as a horse that was simply too big to win, equestrian Ian Millar’s foresight and belief in Ben made this legendary partnership come to fruition. Ian came upon Ben by chance while visiting his now long-time

Bobby Orr

Robert Gordon "Bobby" Orr, (born March 20, 1948) is a retired ice hockey player. A defenceman, he is considered to be one of the greatest hockey players of all time. He played his National Hockey League (NHL) career with the Boston Bruins, with the exception of two brief seasons with

Dave Stieb

Born in Santa Ana, California, Dave Andrew Stieb played for the Toronto Blue Jays from 1979 to 1992 and again in 1998. On September 2, 1990, he pitched the first (and, to date, only) no-hitter in Blue Jays history, defeating the Cleveland Indians 3-0. Previously, Stieb had no-hitters broken up

Ferguson Jenkins

Ferguson Arthur "Fergie" Jenkins, (born December 13, 1942 in Chatham, Ontario) is a former Canadian right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball. He was a three-time All-Star, winner of the 1971 Cy Young Award, and was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1991.

George Chuvalo

George (Louis) " Boom Boom" Chuvalo was Canadian heavyweight champion as both an amateur and a professional, and twice fought for versions of the professional world's heavyweight title.

Marlene Stewart-Streit

Marlene Stewart Streit, (born March 9, 1934) is a golfer and member of the World Golf Hall of Fame. She was born in Cereal, Alberta. She learned golf from Gordon McInnis Sr. at the Lookout Point Golf Club in Fonthill, Ontario.

Milt Dunnell

Milt was a Canadian sportswriter, joining The Toronto Star in 1942 and becoming sports editor in 1949. He wrote on almost all sports during his career, which lasted more than fifty years. In the 1990s, he was still writing three columns per week until the age of 94.

Petra Burka

Petra was the Junior Canadian Skating Champion in 1961 and the Senior Canadian Champion between 1964-1966. In 1965 she won the World Figure Skating Championships, the first Canadian to win the event since Barbara Ann Scott in 1947.

Russ Jackson

Russell Stanley "Russ" Jackson (born July 28, 1936 in Hamilton, Ontario) is a former professional Canadian football quarterback. Jackson spent his entire 12-year professional football career with the Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League.