After a successful junior hockey and pro career, McCormick is perhaps best known for then organizing and founding the Winnipeg Clubs Oldtimers hockey…
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94-year-old Jack Mason played professional hockey in 1944-45 as a wartime replacement for the New York Rovers.
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Eric Nesterenko won a Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks in 1961 in a professional career that spanned from 1951 to 1976.
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In his own words, Gordie Howe tells the story of attending his first NHL training camp prior to the start of the 1943-44 season in Winnipeg.
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Trevor Kidd played nearly 400 games as an NHL goaltender with the Calgary Flames, Carolina Hurricanes, Florida Panthers and Toronto Maple Leafs.
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For this week and next week's segments, we take a look at the life of Emile "The Cat" Francis in his own words over several one-on-one interviews we did…
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The late Hall of Famer Andy Bathgate describes his childhood in Winnipeg and how he fell in love with the game of hockey.
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"The Golden Brett" spent his formative years developing as a hockey player in Winnipeg's minor hockey system.
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Daryl Stanley spent six seasons in the NHL patrolling the blueline with the Philadelphia Flyers and Vancouver Canucks, notably reaching the Stanley Cup…
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Former Canadian National Team member Ross Parke tells the story of how he winded up playing college hockey at Michigan State.
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In 1946, a Chicago nurse named Rosalie "Lee" Chereskin went on a mission to help a patient meet their hockey hero, Bill Mosienko.
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Rugged defenseman Ted Harris won five Stanley Cups, including four with the Montreal Canadiens in the 1960s.
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