The PEI Sports Hall of Fame will once again be hosting a golf tournament this summer! The event will take place at the beautiful Mill River course on Friday August 24. Our sincere thanks to the local committee for taking on this event in support of the ... [more>>]


The Hall was saddened to hear of the passing of that fine all-round sportsman, Walter “Windy” LePage. Walter was an exceptional athlete, most notably in the 100 yard sprint, where he literally could “run like the wind.” He was a regular visitor ... [more>>]


The PEI Sports Hall of Fame has put out the call for nominees for induction in 2018. The Hall has scheduled an earlier induction for this year, so the nomination deadline will be March 31. Full details are available on the Nomination Form Hall of Fame ... [more>>]


The PEI Sports Hall of Fame was saddened to hear of the passing of Tom Wallis just before Christmas, who at 93 was the oldest living member of the Hall (that honour now belongs to Walter “Windy” LePage). Tom was an outstanding builder of soccer ... [more>>]


An almost full house capacity crowd was on hand at the Rodd Royalty in Charlottetown to witness the induction of 4 new members into the PEI Sports Hall Of Fame:- Kim Dolan (athlete, curling); Debbie MacMurdo (builder, figure skating); Ken “Trixie’ ... [more>>]


Tickets for the 2016 PEI Mutual Insurance Company PEI Sports Hall of Fame Inductions Dinner are now available at Sport PEI at $40.00 each. The induction ceremony will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at Credit Union Place in Summerside.  A reception ... [more>>]


The Hall of Fame is looking forwarding to welcoming four new inductees in 2016. Softball athlete Ian “Tex” MacDonald, curling builder Thane Campbell, hockey coach Bill Purcell, and the 1977 Islanders Baseball team will be honoured at the ... [more>>]


The form for nominating potential members to the PEI Sports Hall of Fame in 2016 is available by clicking here Hall of Fame Nomination Document 2016 ... [more>>]


The PEI Sports Hall of Fame is calling for nominees for its 2016 inductions. Scheduled for late summer, the induction ceremony and dinner will recognize Island athletes, builders, or teams that have brought great athletic distinction to the province. Currently, ... [more>>]


A near sell out crowd was on-hand to witness the inductions of Lisa Devine (athlete, racquetball). John Wilbert (builder & coach, judo) and the 1991 Armour Fence Islanders (Allan Cup champions, hockey) on October 2 at Red Shores in Charlottetown. Lisa ... [more>>]


One of PEI’s most decorated athletes of the 1980s, Charlottetown’s Lisa Devine, will be inducted into the PEI Sports Hall of Fame when it holds its annual induction this Friday, October 2, at Red Shores in Charlottetown. Devine was at the forefront ... [more>>]


Outstanding coach for more than 40 years to be inducted October 2 in Charlottetown One of PEI’s most successful coaches and builders, Hans “John” Wilbert, will be inducted into the PEI Sports Hall of Fame when it holds its annual inductions next ... [more>>]


  “They might not have been the most talented team I ever played on, but they were the best team – and best always wins.” So said Wilf MacDonald, who played on and co-owned the 1990-91 Armour Fence Islanders, and who would know a thing about ... [more>>]


Lisa Devine, a double Canada Games medal winner and junior national champion in racquetball; John Wilbert, an outstanding builder and coach in Island judo for more than 40 years; and the Charlottetown Armour Fence Islanders, Allan Cup champions of 1991, ... [more>>]


The PEI Sports Hall of fame has a new home!! Hall Chair Mike Hennessey, along with Mayor Basil Stewart and Minister of Health and Wellness Doug Currie, officially opened the new Hall space today at Credit Union Place in Summerside. Looking on were many ... [more>>]