Interview with Brooke Stoddart

When did you start playing hockey? For who, what level? When did you know you wanted to be a goalie? I started playing hockey at the age of 5, I remember watching my older cousins playing and always wanted to join them. At first my dad really didn’t want me to jump right into hockey […]

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Active Elite

Springwater Sports Heritage is pleased to recognize a number of outstanding Elite Athletes, Builders and Teams from Springwater that are currently active and having success in their chosen sport(s).  As a means of recognizing and revealing their achievements this segment of the website will track and present highlights of their activity and achievements.  Springwater Sports […]

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Julieanne White

Julieanne’s world-class triumphs include: Ironman Triathlon World Series champion; first at Ironman Canada and Ironman New Zealand; second at World Ironman Championships in Hawaii; two-time winner of Big Sur Marathon and Orange County Half-Marathon; bronze at World Duathlon Championships in Switzerland; and 1992 Vespra Recreation Hall of Fame Inductee. Julieanne achieved these incredible results while […]

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Terry Martin

Terry played his minor hockey in the Barrie Minor Hockey Association and beginning in 1972 played his OHA Junior hockey with London.  Several NHL Teams benefitted from his skills the most notable were the years spent with the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Terry continued his career in hockey in various capacities as Head Coach, Assistant Coach […]

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Scott Kirton

Scott’s hockey resume includes many distinguished achievements including: Ontario “C” Bantam Championship with Elmvale; rookie of the year with Powell River BCJHL; 1st All-Star Right Winger; drafted by Chicago Blackhawks; scholarship at the University of North Dakota; signed NHL contract with the Boston Bruins; ECHL Championship with the Charlotte Checkers; leading scorer with Greenville and […]

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Doug Kirton

Doug excelled in hockey at the amateur and pro level.  With the Jr A Orillia Travelways Doug played in the Canadian Jr A finals each of his three years, winning the Centennial Cup in 1985. During a full scholarship at Colorado College he attained All-American Academic status. Subsequent to being drafted by the New Jersey […]

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Frank Foyston – 2014 Inductee

Frank played sixteen years of professional hockey, winning the Stanley Cup three times; Toronto (1913-14), Seattle (1916-17) and Victoria (1924-25). With Seattle, he was the MVP of the Stanley Cup Finals. He was an exceptional scorer and playmaker and was one of the first players to score over 200 goals. Frank was in the first […]

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Mike Forgrave – 2014 Inductee

Career Highlights: 1972 – Mike’s successful career in Track and Field began in 1972 during his first year at Barrie North Collegiate.  He credits his first coach and mentor Jim Whitfield for getting him interested, first in Cross Country Running, followed by the Hurdles. During Grade 9, Mike made it to GBSSA level in Cross […]

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