Peter Maher

Peter Maher; “Yeah, Baby.” That expression and the voice that went with it were instantly recognized by Calgarians, and Atlantic Canadians who went west for work. Peter Maher … Voice…

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Fran McHugh

Fran McHugh of Saint John, New Brunswick. As a young man, Mr. McHugh was an outstanding multi-sport athlete playing soccer, basketball, baseball plus track and field. McHugh’s true calling though…

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John ”Archie” MacGlashen

John ‘Archie’ MacGlashen – Coach/Builder – Canoe: 1966-2000; & Broom Ball Coach: 1974 -1985 and beyond … An avid canoeist, “Archie” contributed significantly to the building of water sports on…

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Frederick Gerard ‘Fred’ Horgan

Frederick Gerard (Fred) Horgan has been a rule’s official in New Brunswick for 36 years (1964-2000) holding virtually every capacity possible: rules interpreter, Evaluator, Teaching clinician, officials assigner for games,…

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Tom McClusky (1924-2012)

Tom McCluskey was a top-notch amateur boxer, winning all 35 amateur and professional fights, in an 11 year career interrupted by WWII, where he suffered a double-skull fracture serving in…

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Curtis Wayne Coward

Curtis Wayne Coward: a talented Nova Scotia multi-sportsman and coach/mentor: a native of Sydney who attended Sydney Academy, then moved to Halifax to complete his schooling and played basketball at…

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Burton Russell

Burton Russell (1934 -)   As a young boy growing up in Kentville, N.S. Burton Russell watched and loved sports of all types, especially baseball, having watched the Kentville Wildcats…

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Danny Gallivan

Danny Gallivan (1917-1993)   Born in the Whitney Pier district of Sydney, N.S., Danny Gallivan would be become associated as much with the Montreal Canadiens as any of its players.…

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Edgar “Duck” Acorn

Edgar “Duck” Acorn (1910 – 1998)   Though a highly successful multi-sport athlete, “Duck” Acorn’s most significant contribution to his native Prince Edward Island is in the sport of harness…

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