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Guy Lafleur

Guy Damien Lafleur, OC, CQ, hockey player (born 20 September 1951 in Thurso, QC). Lafleur is one of the most offensively skilled Montreal Canadiens players of all time.

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Robert Kerr

Robert Kerr, track and field athlete, coach (b at Enniskillen, Ire 1882; d at Hamilton, Ont 12 May 1963). Despite the "marathon craze" of the time, Robert Kerr took advantage of the speed required for his occupation as

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Sandra Post

Sandra Post, golfer (b in Oakville, Ont 4 June 1948). She became Canada's first female professional golfer in 1968 and won the Ladies Professional Golf Association Championship at Sutton, Mass, during her rookie year.

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Frank Mahovlich

In 1962 Chicago owner James Norris offered $1 million for him in a much-publicized incident. He was traded to Detroit 1968 and then Montréal 1971, where he set a new playoff scoring record that year (14 goals and 13 assists).

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Maurice Joseph Malone

Maurice Joseph Malone, hockey player (b at Sillery, Qué 28 Feb 1890; d at Montréal 15 May 1969). He turned professional with Québec Bulldogs in 1909, playing 7 years with them, 4 with the MONTREAL CANADIENS and 2 with Hamilton Tigers. Some of his scoring feats have never been matched.

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Terry Evanshen

Terrance Anthony Evanshen, football player (b at Montreal 13 June 1944). During a 14-year career in the CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE he developed into one of the most skilled pass receivers in CFL history.

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Mark McKoy

Mark McKoy continued to excel after the games, winning gold medals at the 1986 Commonwealth Games in the 110 m hurdles, and as a member of the 4x100 m relay team.

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Howie Morenz

On 28 January 1937, Morenz sustained a broken leg that proved to be a career-ending injury. In the months that followed, his health gradually declined, culminating in his death on 8 March of the same year.

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Duncan Anderson McNaughton

Duncan Anderson McNaughton, track and field athlete (b at Cornwall, Ont 7 Dec 1910; d at Austin, Tx 15 Jan 1998). Raised at Kelowna and Vancouver Duncan McNaughton attended the University of Southern California, joining its track

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Eric Morse

Eric Morse, promoter of wilderness travel by canoe in Canada (b at Naini Tal, India 27 Dec 1904; d at Ottawa 18 Apr 1986). Oriented from youth toward CANOEING, he undertook long river journeys with influential persons from 1951.

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Cindy Nicholas

Cynthia Maria “Cindy” Nicholas, marathon swimmer, lawyer, politician (born 20 August 1957 in Toronto, ON; died 19 May 2016 in Scarborough, ON).  Cindy Nicholas was one of Canada’s most dominant marathon swimmers. In 1977, at the age of 20, she became both the first woman and youngest swimmer to complete a return crossing of the English Channel, setting a new world record of 19 hours and 55 minutes. She completed 19 crossings of the Channel between 1974 and 1982, including a record five return-trips, and earned the nickname “Queen of the Channel.” Nicholas was named the women’s world marathon swimming champion in 1976 and won the Bobbie Rosenfeld Award as Canada’s female athlete of the year in 1977. She also practiced law and served as a Member of Provincial Parliament with the Ontario Liberal Party from 1987 to 1990. She is a Member of the Order of Canada, Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame  and the International Swimming Hall of Fame.  

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Nicolas Gill

Nicolas Gill, judoka (born 24 April 1972 in Montréal, QC). Nicolas Gill has been called a “legend” in the sport of judo.

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James Edward O'Neill

James Edward O'Neill, "Tip," baseball player (b at Springfield, Canada W 25 May 1858; d at Montréal, 31 Dec 1915). He played amateur baseball in Woodstock, Ontario, before beginning a 10-year major-league career in 1883.

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George Orton

Orton was a sports pioneer who applied a scientific approach to his training that was methodical and academic and focused on the technicalities of running. He became a prolific writer on sport and running.

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Alwyn Morris

Alwyn Morris, canoeist (b at Montréal 22 Nov 1957). He won the K-1 1000 m and K-1 500 m junior national championships in 1977 and was the 1977 recipient of the Tom Longboat Award for top North American Indian athlete. With Hugh Fisher he won a gold medal in the K-2 1000 m (time 3:24.