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CLHOF Announces the Class of 2021

New Westminster, BC – The Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame is proud to announce its 2021 class of inductees, which includes players Derek Malawsky, Eric Perroni, Lyle Robinson, Bob Watson, veteran Chuck Li, builders Pierre Filion and Steve Govett, along with the New Westminster Salmonbellies Sr. A (1980-1989). These new inductees bring the total numb...

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 If you missed the live streaming session - you missed a great one!                                 Be sure to catch it now on our Youtube Channel: Canadian Lacrosse Halll of Fame Presents - YouTube Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame https://youtu.be/AzTBCJ52...

Ontario-born Jack Bionda was just a smidgen shy of his nineteenth birthday in 1952 when he first visited British Columbia. And, my oh my, what and impression he made. With Bionda's scoring prowess wreaking havoc against all comers, Brampton Excelsiors breezed past St. Catharines and Winnipeg on the road to the Minto Cup finals in British Colum...

John Grant and Jim Wasson – Life-long Teammates and Star Players. They share the will to be the best. John Grant Sr. and Jim Wasson are the definition of teammates. They played together on various teams from Minor Lacrosse to Senior Lacrosse and as Team Canada members and also for the Philadelphia Wings in the early version of the NLL. John Grant S...

Don Barrie – Historian, Coach and Player during Peterborough's Golden Years. Don started playing as a nine-year-old in 1949 in Peterborough. He played minor lacrosse in Peterborough and went on to play senior lacrosse in Brooklyn, Peterborough, Sorel, Montreal, Quebec City and Hastings. He started coaching in the Peterborough minor system in 1960, ...

One of the most notable West Coast Builders of the Game Jack Fulton got involved in lacrosse in 1955. For 11 years he served as team manager then as general manager for the New Westminster Salmonbellies. He served the CLA for 8 years and was president for 2 years. Fulton and Harry McKnight founded the CLHOF in 1963 and he was a member of the CLHOF'...

The Canadian Lacrosse Foundation is finishing up 2020 by re-issuing the Lacrosse Talks that have been compiled over the last two years. Lacrosse Talks videos generally provide additional information and take a more conversational approach with the interviewee than the Legends of Lacrosse interviews. Historians and other lacrosse individuals also pr...

Al Luciuk is known for his involvement in many areas in growing the game. He is a builder of field lacrosse in Saskatchewan and has worked at all levels of the game: locally, provincially, nationally and internationally. Al has taken skills learned as a professional teacher and brought them to benefit lacrosse. He has served for 15 years as the Pre...

The basement workshop was an incredible sea of clutter - tools hanging on the wall, more on the workbench, strands of leather draped over nearby hooks, tubs of resin on the floor below a glue pot and an armful of skeletal lacrosse sticks stacked in the corner awaiting the master's touch.Multi-thousands of sick, broken and bent lacrosse sticks found...

The legendary Bobby Allan – star player, coach, builder of the game and 1974 Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame Inductee will talk about his involvement from the 1950's until now. His stories about Mann Cups, World Championships and the Pro Leagues can't be missed! narrative