Saskatchewan Hockey Legend, Graham Tuer Passed Away

Inducted into the SHHOF in 2017, Graham Tuer has passed away at the age of 87. He was recently enshrined in the builders category at the North Battleford dinner, July 22nd.

"The Saskatchewan Hockey community lost an influential member today with the passing of Graham Tuer. Graham has been instrumental as an administer in hockey from Grassroots to Midget AAA and the Western Hockey League. Graham was a tireless supporter of the game right until his passing and positively impacted the lives of countless people in the province. His presence will be sadly missed!" - Kelly McClintock, SHA General Manager

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2017 Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame - INDUCTION DINNER

The 2017 Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Dinner took place in North Battleford, SK on July 22nd. Ice level of the Civic Centre was the setting for the event which witnessed 9 new inductees hear their names called for inclusion into the SHHOF. Darren Dreger of TSN was the nights master of ceremonies and was a class act throughout the program.

The Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame is pleased to announce this year’s list of Hall of Fame inductees. The 2017 inductees are:

  • Players: Edward 'Eddie' Litzenberger*, Bob Bourne, Fiona Smith-Bell
  • Builders: Graham Tuer, Stan Dunn*
  • Official: Ken Wheler
  • Grassroots: Northwest Hockey Development Association
  • Teams: 1983-84 Wilkie Outlaws, 2000-01 Lloydminster Border Kings
    (*Denotes inductee is deceased)

The Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame would like to extend a thank you to all that were involved in the planning and execution of such a fantastic event. Special thank you to the Battlefords North Stars hockey club for hosting, Sasktel for being the presenting sponsor, Access Communication for broadcasting the event, and to all of the sponsors which helped make the night extra special!

To view pictures of the event, please visit our photo gallery at the top of this page.

For the inductee video please CLICK HERE.









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