2003 Inductees

1941-42 Toronto Maple Leafs

The 1941-42 Toronto Maple Leafs are the answer to this trivia question – what was the only team to come back to win a best-of-seven Stanley Cup final after falling behind 3-0?

1963-64 Toronto Marlboros

This was a dream team, one of the finest in Canadian junior hockey history. No less than 11 players from the 1963-64 Memorial Cup-winning Toronto Marlboros graduated to the NHL.

Ada Mackenzie

What Ada Mackenzie did in her era was remarkable when you take into consideration the role of women in society. While men dominated the world, women were shunted to the shadows of life but Mackenzie was an exception. "I started golfing when women were supposed to know more about a

Carling Bassett-Seguso

At age 11, Carling moved to Florida to train at the fabled Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy and from there, she began her ascent to fame. She captured the under-18 crown in the Orange Bowl junior event in Miami at age 15 in 1981 and turned pro a few months later.

Cindy Nicholas

Quite simply, Cindy Nicholas was prolific. For lack of a better word: incredulous. Her body boasted the stamina of many people, not just her own. How do you account for the fact she retired as the world-record holder for 19 successful crossings of the English Channel? You just shake your

Darryl Sittler

The best Toronto Maple Leafs’ player ever? The player who best epitomizes the franchise? Until someone like Mats Sundin finishes his career, many would have to say classy Darryl Sittler, the flashy London Knights’ junior star, who compiled 916 career points with the Leafs, most of any player in team

Harvey Pulford

Harvey Pulford was a man for all seasons in Ottawa. They called him the Bytown Slugger, although he never gained fame in Ottawa on baseball or softball fields. Nonetheless, he was a world-class athlete before and after the turn of the 20th century and would have gained more stature in