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MORLEY MEYERS

MORLEY MEYERS     June 20, 1939 - October 24, 2020 Morley was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba on June 20, 1939, He enjoyed a 35-year career officiating hockey at all levels (from...

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MANITOBA HOCKEY: AN ORAL HISTORY

As Manitoba celebrates its 150th birthday in 2020, it's another great chance to reflect on the exquisite hockey history that the keystone province possesses. In "Manitoba Hockey: An Oral...

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BOB HOLLIDAY WAY

On Wednesday, July 22, Sadler Avenue in St. Vital was given the honourary name 'Bob Holliday Way' in recognition of Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame member Bob (Doc) Holliday's contributions to the...

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2020 MBHHF Scholarship Recipients

The Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum sponsors two awards including the Ken "Friar" Nicolson Award for a male high school hockey player and the Sami Jo Small Award for a female hockey...

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FINAL FACE-OFF 2019

Kent Morgan has put together a roster of those members of the Manitoba hockey community that we lost in 2019. From amateur to pro, these individuals wrote about, made, played, and called our...

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2019 MBHHF Community Award Winner

The 2019 Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame Community Award recipient is St. Claude and Haywood District. MBHHF President Don Kuryk and Director Murray Allen attended the St. Claude Winter Carnival on...

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Brian English

The Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame extends condolences to the family of Brian English. Brian was a member of the 1965 Canadian champion University of Manitoba Bisons hockey team. from the Winnipeg...

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John Rodger

JOHN R. A. RODGER It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of John R. A. Rodger on Wednesday, October 16, 2019, at the St. Boniface Hospital. John was predeceased by his parents, John...

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Ted Green

The Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame is saddened to learn that Honoured Member (1985) Ted Green has died. He was 79. Green died on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 just three days after he and his 1957/58...

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Gord Simpson

Gordon McClean Simpson, aged 91, passed away peacefully on July 11, 2019, due to complications of diabetes, in Kelowna, BC. Gordon will be remembered forever by his wife Ida; son Matthew...

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2019 MHSAA Scholarship Winners

Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame President Don Kuryk and Board Director Jan Brown were on hand to present the 2019 Manitoba High School Athletic Association scholarships; The Manitoba Hockey Hall of...

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BRUCE (HOAGY) CARMICHAEL

BRUCE (HOAGY) CARMICHAEL March 28, 1934 - April 26, 2019 It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden and unexpected passing of our dad, Bruce Carmichael. He passed away in Burnaby,...

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