Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame

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The Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum was established in 1985 when the first honoured members were named and plaques were erected in their honour. The first group of inductees was large in order to recognize the accomplishments of Manitoba players, coaches, builders and teams at the international, national, provincial and local levels for many, many years. Induction ceremonies were held on an annual or bi-annual basis through 1993. Since 1995, the Foundation has added to its honour roll every second year.

The Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum is located on the main level of the MTS Centre in downtown Winnipeg. The Players Wall is just inside the main entrance in the northeast corner and the Builders Wall is in the northwest corner. A Wall of Champions for teams in the Hall of Fame is located opposite the Builders Wall. The museum also includes a tribute to Olympic gold medallists and an enclosed memorabilia area. Until it was relocated to the new MTS Centre in late 2004, the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum was housed in the Winnipeg Arena. The Foundation also maintains a Wall of Fame photo gallery in the CanadInns Polo Park in Winnipeg.

All-Star Teams[edit]

In 2000, the Manitoba Hockey Foundation recognized a century of hockey excellence in Manitoba, with its announcement of its Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame All-Star Teams - the “Best”.

1st All-Star Team
2nd All-Star Team
Player of the Century
Terry Sawchuk
Coach of the Century
Dick Irvin
Referee of the Century
Andy Van Hellemond

Players[edit]

A-D[edit]

A
B
C
D

E-K[edit]

E
F
G
H
I
J
K

L-Q[edit]

L
M
N
O
P

R-Z[edit]

R
S
T
W
Y
Z

Builders[edit]

Officials[edit]

Media[edit]

Teams[edit]

Stanley Cup Champions[edit]

Olympic Champions[edit]

IIHF World Champions[edit]

Avco Cup Champions[edit]

Edinburgh Cup Champions[edit]

Canadian University Champions[edit]

Allan Cup Champions[edit]

Edmonton Journal Trophy Winners[edit]

  • 1952 Dauphin Kings
  • 1954 Dauphin Kings
  • 1955 Brandon Wheat Kings
  • 1956 Pine Falls Paper Kings
  • 1957 Pine Falls Paper Kings
  • 1964 Warroad Lakers
  • 1966 Flin Flon Warriors

Hardy Cup Champions[edit]

  • 1974 Warroad Lakers
  • 1983 Winnipeg North End Flyers

Memorial Cup Champions[edit]

Centennial Cup Champions[edit]

Abbott Cup Champions[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 49°53′35″N 97°08′38″W / 49.8931°N 97.1438°W / 49.8931; -97.1438