B.C. Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Gala
The BC Hockey Hall of Fame 2023 inductees:
Duncan Keith, a Winnipeg native, moved to Penticton at 14 and played for the Penticton Panthers, Michigan State University and Kelowna Rockets. With the Chicago Blackhawks he won three Stanley Cups.
Brent Seabrook played his junior hockey with the Delta Ice Hawks and Lethbridge Hurricanes before joining the Chicago Blackhawks and being paired with Duncan Keith
Lonnie Cameron, a Victoria native who grew up in Colwood, officiated in the NHL from 1996-2019. Cameron worked 1,554 games as a linesman and 60 in playoffs.
Ronnie Paterson is the owner of the Pacific Junior Hockey League’s White Rock Whalers. Ronnie played for the Richmond Sockeyes, UBC Thunderbirds and had a part in the Canadian men’s Olympic program.
2007 Vancouver Giants Memorial Cup-winning team was assembled by Scott Bonner and his management group.
The induction evening will be held almost exclusively in the Hall of Fame, with a reception where fans can meet inductees and view the re-invigorated displays that honour the players, teams and the history of hockey in BC.
- South Okanagan Events Centre
- 853 Eckhardt Ave W, Penticton, British Columbia, V2A 9C4
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