A Peterborough hockey player from 1890 to 1900, he served as OHA Treasurer from 1901 to 1903 and OHA Secretary from 1902 to 1903. Age was not a factor in determining the category of competition; therefore a junior section may have players of any age range. At the 1898-99 OHA annual meeting, William Buchanan introduced an amendment to the rules, that the junior series should be limited to players under the age of 20. Despite strong opposition to this idea, the delegates voted to adopt the change. Thus the beginning of defining categories to OHA competition.
D. J. (Doug) Gibson
Coming from an athletic family, it is no surprise that Doug Gibson developed into a very good hockey player. He came up through Church League and Jr. B ranks to play three Jr. A seasons with the Petes, breaking Mickey Redmond’s goal-scoring mark and competing in the 1972 Memorial Cup final. As a pro, Doug […]More Info
Gary H. Darling
Gary Darling had a long and distinguished career in hockey as a player, coach, scout and NHL team executive. Although small of stature, he was a high-scoring star with a Warsaw team which won an OMHA championship, later excelling with Peterborough Shamrocks when they won OMHA All-Ontario bantam honours in 1953. Gary played Jr. B […]More Info
Born in Collingwood, Bert McLeod was a talented all-round high school athlete. He played on the Collingwood Junior OHA team and was a key defenseman with the Intermediate team winning three championships 1918-1919-1920. He is an inductee of the Collingwood Sports Hall of Fame. Bert moved to Peterborough in 1924 after hockey seasons with the […]More Info