Continuing with the “Sports Legends of Peterborough” series, Dan Malta recently sat down with 2011 Hall of Fame inductee Doug Evans.
Inducted into the Peterborough & District Sports Hall of Fame, Doug was inducted in the athlete category for his contributions to hockey and lacrosse.
Doug was born into a prominent Peterborough sporting family. He came up through the Peterborough Community Church Hockey League and honed his lacrosse skills at the summer lacrosse schools. He was a member of the Peterborough James Gang who won the Canadian Junior Lacrosse Championship Minto Cup in 1981, 1982 and 1983. Doug was named the 1983 Minto Cup Most Valuable Player. A prolific scorer, he won the 1984 O.L.A. Junior A Series Top Scoring title, as well as the league MVP.
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