Honoured Members

Paul Coffey

Paul Coffey was born in Weston, Ontario. He played in the Toronto minor hockey system and moved up to the Sault St. Marie Greyhounds of the OHL. Coffey was drafted in the 1st round, 6th overall in 1980 by the Edmonton Oilers. By his second season, Coffey had emerged as

Marnie McBean

Marnie McBean is one of Canada’s most decorated Olympians. In her two Olympic appearances she captured four medals, including three gold, making her one of just two Canadians to be a triple gold medallist at the Summer Games.

Father David Bauer

Father David Bauer has been described as an inspirational coach, a caring educator, a master motivator and a dreamer. Bauer was devoted to the concept that education and hockey could mix. He viewed hockey as a means to develop a better person.

Jack Bionda

Jack Bionda was the first true superstar of Lacrosse in Canada and many observers consider him to be the finest player that sport has ever produced. Bionda's accomplishments, which have included several Mann Cup victories and multiple Most Valuable Player awards are made all the more impressive when you consider

Al Charron

Ottawa rugby legend Al Charron, a former Canadian captain, is considered by many Rugby experts, as the greatest forward Canada has ever produced. Between 1990 and 2003, Charron earned 76 caps for Canada – remarkably, all as a starter – and represented his country at four Rugby World Cups. Five

Tom Henke

Tom Henke, nicknamed “The Terminator” was one of the most dominant and feared closers in Major League Baseball, during the late 1980s and early 1990s. During his career, Henke spent time pitching for the Texas Rangers (1982-84, 1993-94) Toronto Blue Jays (1985-92) and one season in the National League with

Brian Kilrea

Brian Kilrea hockey career, is most notable for his 35 year association with the Ottawa 67’s of the Ontario Hockey League. Kilrea nicknamed “Killer” has made an impact throughout his career as a player, general manager and coach.

Elfi Schlegel

She has been referred to as Canada's Shirley Temple, Elfi Schlegel tumbled into the hearts of Canadians and eventually into the homes of North Americans. Schlegel was born to Swiss immigrants in Toronto, Ontario, and grew up in the Toronto suburb of Etobicoke, where she began gymnastics at the early

Scott Stevens

A dominant figure on the blueline for any team with which he played, Scott Stevens will be remembered with great enthusiasm as a leader, solid teammate, imposing bodychecker and of course a champion.

Paul Beeston

Paul Beeston was one of the first people through the door when the Toronto Blue Jays came into existence back in 1976. He is truly a pillar within the baseball team’s front office and brain trust.