Bruce Prentice Legacy Award

Jack Dominico – 2022 Prentice Family Legacy Award

Passion, longevity, and competitiveness are just a few of the attributes that make up Jack Dominico. Dominico had a background in newspapers. He sold ads for the North Bay Nugget and Etobicoke Guardian. He met his wife Lynne at the Guardian. Their shared love of baseball led to the Toronto

Dr. Frank Hayden – 2019 Bruce Prentice Legacy Award

Dr. Frank Hayden, a sport scientist at the University of Toronto, is the official pioneer of the Special Olympics campaign. In the early 1960s, a group of students at Toronto’s Beverley School became the test group for Dr. Frank Hayden. Dr. Hayden was studying the effects of regular exercise on

The Conacher Family – 2018 Bruce Prentice Legacy Award

Dubbed the “First Family of Hockey,” the Conacher family has a rich history that spans over generations making an impact in the sport. Before the Richards, Sutters, or Howe siblings, one of the early great brother combinations in hockey was the Conacher family.

Queen’s Plate – 2017 Bruce Prentice Legacy Award

Initiated in 1859 by the then president of the Toronto Turf Club, Sir Casimir Gzowski, the Queen's Plate was inaugurated on June 27, 1860, at the Carleton racetrack in Toronto, Ontario, with the prize of 50 guineas awarded by Queen Victoria.

Frank Selke Sr. and Frank Selke Jr. – 2016 Bruce Prentice Legacy Award

The Selke family offered invaluable time and effort to the professional hockey world. Frank Selke Sr. (May 7th, 1893 – July 3rd, 1985) and Frank Selke Jr. (September 7th, 1929 – March 18th, 2013). Their contributions to the NHL and all professional hockey were crucial to the development of the

Tim Horton – 2015 Bruce Prentice Legacy Award

Miles Gilbert "Tim" Horton (January 12, 1930 – February 21, 1974) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player, a defenceman for 24 seasons in the National Hockey League. He played for the Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Buffalo Sabres.