Foster Hewitt

Foster William Hewitt, OC (November 21, 1902 – April 21, 1985) was a Canadian radio pioneer. Born in Toronto, Ontario, Hewitt attended Upper Canada College and the University of Toronto. He was a champion boxer in his student years, winning the intercollegiate title at 112 pounds.

Bobby Hull

Robert Marvin "Bobby" Hull OC (born January 3, 1939) is a retired Canadian ice hockey player. He is regarded as one of the greatest ice hockey players of all time and perhaps the greatest left winger to ever play the game. Hull was famous for his blonde hair, blinding skating

Paul Henderson (Hockey)

Paul Henderson (born January 28, 1943 in Kincardine, Ontario, Canada) is a retired Canadian hockey left winger who played 13 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Detroit Red Wings, Toronto Maple Leafs and Atlanta Flames. He grew up in Lucknow, Ontario and is best known for scoring the

Sandy Hawley

Desmond Sanford "Sandy" Hawley, CM (born April 16, 1949 in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada) is a Hall of Fame jockey. Sandy Hawley started his career as a 17-year-old boy, hotwalking horses at a Toronto racetrack.

Edward “Ned” Hanlan

Edward "Ned" Hanlan loved to taunt and tease his opponents by allowing them to catch up to him and then in a burst of speed, he would pull away and win rather easily.

Al Hackner Curling Rink

Allan A. "Al" Hackner (at left in picture, with his rink) was born in 1954 in Nipigon, Ontario. As an adult, Hackner moved to Thunder Bay, where he enjoyed his greatest curling successes. Nicknamed "the Iceman", Hacker is a Canadian Hall of Fame curler, and two-time Brier and World Champion

George Hainsworth

George Hainsworth (June 26, 1895 – October 9, 1950) was a Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender who played for the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs in the National Hockey League (NHL).

Jim Hunt

Jim "Shaky" Hunt (9 November 1926 - 9 March 2006) was a Canadian sports columnist who spent over 50 years as a journalist and covered the biggest events in sports including the Stanley Cup, the Super Bowl, the Olympics, all of golf’s majors and the 1972 Canada-Russia Summit Series.

Lew Hayman

Lewis Edward "Lew" Hayman (September 30, 1908 – June 29, 1984) was one of the driving forces behind the Canadian Football League as coach, general manager, team president, and league president.

Werenich, Savage, Kawaja, Harrison Rink

Skipped by Ed Werenich, this curling team dominated in all levels of curling winning provincial and national titles and capping off their team record with World Championships in 1983 and 1990.