2019 Inductees

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.

Dwayne De Rosario

Dwayne De Rosario resume includes four MLS Cup championships. De Rosario won the 2011 MLS Most Valuable Player award. He is the seventh-leading scorer in MLS history with 104 goals.

Jack Donohue

Jack Donohue was a Canadian basketball coaching legend. He coached the men's national team from 1972 to 1988. Donohue is highly regarded for taking Canadian basketball to new heights.

Paul Henderson (Sailing)

Living on Toronto Island, boats and sailing were an instructive part of Paul Henderson’s early life. Henderson became a very active competitive sailor. He won medals at National, North American and World Championships. He holds the record for competing in all the Canadian Olympic Sailing Trials from 1948 to 1984.

Angela James

Angela James has been called "the first superstar of modern women's hockey". She has been hailed as a pioneer who brought the women's game into the mainstream. The Toronto native had a reputation as a big, tough and talented player who could score goals. As a result, she also drew

Denis Potvin

Helping set the tone as the leader of the blueline for the New York Islanders dynasty of the late 1970s and early 1980s era, Denis Potvin was a true commander on the ice. Potvin surpassed all expectations and became the first NHL defenseman to score 1,000 career points. He was

Joe Primeau

Gentleman Joe Primeau was a playmaking wizard. He centered the 1930s famed “Kid Line” between Busher Jackson and Charlie Conacher. But Primeau got a late start as a hockey player.