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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Kirk Firlotte

Kirk Firlotte of Dalhousie, New Brunswick. Mr. Firlotte was a hockey goal tender, a regional and national champion who was twice on winning Hardy Cup Championship teams. He was the…

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Lyle Carter

Lyle Carter of Brookfield, Nova Scotia. Mr. Carter is another elite athlete in two sports. Mr. Carter was a goal tender in the NHL for the California Golden Seals until…

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Manny McIntyre

Manny McIntyre of Fredericton, New Brunswick In 1946, Mr. McIntyre became the first Black Canadian to sign a professional baseball contract when he played for the Sherbrooke Canadians, a farm…

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Gerry ”Red” Ouelette

Gerry “Red” Ouelette – Hockey individual athlete from New Brunswick. He also had had a major impact on youth in his community of Campbellton through coaching during his later years…

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Phil Doiron

Phil Doiron, baseball & hockey (multi-sport athlete) from Moncton, New Brunswick. One of the finest amateur athletes hailing from the Maritimes.  HOCKEY: Phil Doiron’s first championship success in hockey came…

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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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Willie O’Ree

Born Willie Eldon O’Ree, CM, ONB (October 15, 1935, in Fredericton, New Brunswick) is a former professional ice hockey player, perhaps best known for being the first black player in the National…

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