Sask Sports Hall of Fame announces Class of 2023 inductees


The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame (SSHF) announced the seven newest inductees who will officially become members this fall.


Ryan Getzlaf (Regina) – Hockey

Jaime (Cruickshank) Boyer (Saskatoon) – Multi-sport

Joan McEachern (Leroy) – Soccer

Hayley Wickenheiser OC (Shaunavon) – Hockey


Lorne Lasuita (Wynyard) – Multi-sport

Bernadette McIntyre (Bethune) – Curling

Noreen Murphy (Saskatoon) – Softball

Getzlaf enjoyed a decorated 17-year career with the Anaheim Ducks, winning the Stanley Cup in 2007. He also won a pair of Olympic gold medals (2010 & 2014).

(Cruickshank) Boyer competed in bobsleigh at the 2006 Turin Olympics. She also competed internationally in both power tumbling and trampoline as a young athlete.

McEachern was part of the Canadian squad that made their debut at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 1995.

Wickenheiser has built up a lengthy list of accolades. She has won four Olympic gold medals and a silver medal in women’s hockey and also represented Canada in softball in the Summer Olympics. Wickenheiser is Canada’s all-time leader in goals, assists, points and games played.

Lasuita has been involved in 52 multi-sport events, including the 2004 Summer Olympics. He has represented Team Sask at 18 Canada Games and has been a common fixture at the Saskatchewan Games.

McIntyre was the bid committee chairperson for the Olympic Curling Trials, the men’s world curling championship, three Briers, and two Scotties in Regina. She also was the co-chair of the 2018 LPGA CP Women’s Open and was apart of the Grey Cup Festival in 2013 and 2022.

Murphy was on the staff for Canada’s national softball for 14 years including the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. She was also the head coach of the national junior team. She won eight provincial titles in eight years as a coach in Saskatoon.

The 2023 Induction Dinner and Ceremony is set for Saturday, September 23 at the Conexus Arts Centre in Regina.

With files from the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame

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