HSHOF announces 2016 nominees

The Hamilton Sports Hall of Fame will induct its 2016 class at a special luncheon on Thursday, Oct. 6. Please join us for a buffet lunch at the ‘C’ Hotel by Carmen’s as we gather to celebrate the induction of the Hamilton Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2016. The Hamilton Sports Hall of Fame will […]


The Hamilton Sports Hall of Fame is proud to announce its newest members. Being inducted in 2015 are: The 1962 Hamilton Red Wings – Team – Hockey Patricia Cole – Athlete/Builder – Track Rocky DiPietro – Athlete – Football Norm Marshall – Builder – Broadcasting Claude Pattemore – Athlete – Blind Golf Joe Zuger – […]

2015 Inductee – Joe Zuger – Athlete/Builder

Joe Zuger played an outstanding 10 seasons with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats from 1962 to 1971. The former Arizona State Sun Devils quarterback completed 814 of 1,618 pass attempts for 12,676 yards and 76 touchdowns with the Cats. In his first game as the team’s starting pivot, Zuger threw an incredible eight touchdown passes in a 67-21 […]

2015 Inductee – Claude Pattemore – Athlete

Claude Pattemore’s accomplishments are legendary. He won more provincial, national and international golf titles than any other Canadian. And he could not see any of them. Pattemore, who, at age 21, was almost killed and totally lost his sight in a dynamite explosion in 1948, took up golf three years later at the insistence of […]

2015 Inductee – Norm Marshall – Builder

Norm Marshall and Larry O’Brien were commentators on the first telecast of a Grey Cup football game, November 29, 1952 on CBLT, Toronto. Marshall would go on to be the voice of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats for 26 years. But that was not the start, or finish to his illustrious broadcasting career. He started at CKTB […]

2015 Inductee – Rocky DiPietro – Athlete

Following a brilliant 14 year career as a slot back and wide receiver, Rocky DiPietro of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats is among the greats in the history of the Canadian Football League. The native of Sault Ste. Marie and former University of Ottawa Gee Gee, became the CFL’s all-time pass reception leader in 1989.  His career […]

2015 Inductee – Patricia Cole – Athlete/Builder

Pat Cole has dedicated the majority of her life to sport as an athlete, coach, mentor, and volunteer. She has won multiple Canadian Championships as an athlete and coach. In 1959 she was named to the Canadian Pan American Games track team which competed in Chicago. Cole coached at the Hamilton Olympic Club for a […]

2015 Inductee – The 1962 Hamilton Red Wings – Team

The 1962 Hamilton Red Wings won the Memorial Cup, emblematic of the Canadian Junior Hockey Championship. The Red Wings, coached by Eddie Bush and managed by Jimmy Skinner, finished second overall in the Ontario Hockey Association and they lost only one game in the OHA playoffs, sweeping the St. Catharines Teepees and Niagara Falls Flyers […]



The Hamilton Sports Hall of Fame (HSHOF) has announced the official public nomination process for the 2015 Inductee Class. The Hall of Fame welcomes you to review the list of existing nominees, and supply additional information and support for those nominated. The mission of the Hamilton Sports Hall of Fame is to strive to celebrate […]


Passing of Pat Quinn

The Hamilton Sports Hall of Fame is saddened to hear today of the passing of honoured member Pat Quinn, and offers its condolences to his family and friends. Quinn was inducted into the Hamilton Sports Hall of Fame in 2011. For more information, please go to http://www.900chml.com/2014/11/24/26079/

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