Year Interviewee Playlist Video Video Notes Threads
2019 Bruce MacDonald and David Stewart-Candy 6. History
2019 Don Fisher 6. History
The Canadian Lacrosse Foundation is proud to present the first ever “Lacrosse Talks”. Prominent lacrosse personalities will be sharing the history of the game with the world’s lacrosse community through a "Talk-Show" format. 

2020 Don Fisher
6. History
2019 Jack Fulton Sr 5. Lacrosse Talks Jack Fulton got involved in lacrosse in 1955. For 11 years he served as team manager then as general manager for the New Westminster Salmonbellies. 

2020 Donald Barrie
5. Lacrosse Talks
Don started playing as a nine-year-old in 1949 in Peterborough. He played minor lacrosse in Peterborough and went on to play senior lacrosse in Brooklyn, Peterborough, Sorel, Montreal, Quebec City and Hastings.

2020 Russ Shepard
5. Lacrosse Talks
[full length]

2020 Bobby Allan
5. Lacrosse Talks
Bobby Allan was in a class by himself, the finest lacrosse player in Canada during his peak. His consummate skill, agility and adroitness in faking a move made him one-of-a-kind. His backhand shot was a prototype move.

2020 Jack Fulton
5. Lacrosse Talks
2019 Jack Fulton 4. British Columbia

Jack Fulton got involved in lacrosse in 1955. For 11 years he served as team manager then as general manager for the New Westminster Salmonbellies. He served the CLA for 8 years and was president for 2 years. Fulton and Harry McKnight founded the CLHOF in 1963. He was a member of the CLHOF’s boar ...

thread: Jack Fulton
2019 Dwight Maetche 4. British Columbia Dwight Maetche was born in Edmonton and was recruited to play goal for the BC Jr. League Burnaby Cablevision. He was a WLA all-star in 1980 and ’81. Maetche played 24 WLA seasons from 1982 to 2007 with the Vancouver Burrards, North Shore/Okanagan, and Victoria. He is a 7-time WLA all-star, the WLA’s ...
2019 Dave Durante 4. British Columbia thread: Dave Durante
2019 Gord Gimple 4. British Columbia Gord Gimple played on Minto Cup championship teams in 1954 and 1956 before graduating to Senior. One of the few players who was effective shooting from either side, he scored 540 goals and 417 assists in his 11-year career. He was the winner of the Maitland Trophy a record-breaking 6 times and a mem ...
2019 William K.C. Cook 4. British Columbia thread: Casey Cook
Wayne Goss and Ed Goss

4. British Columbia
Wayne Goss excelled at all aspects of lacrosse from goal scoring and play making to penalty killing and face-offs. Between 1968 and 1981, Goss scored 812 goals, added 1,040 assists, and amassed 1,852 points in 465 games. He held 41 WLA scoring and faceoff
Thread: Wayne Goss
2019 Al Lewthwaite 4. British Columbia

Lewthwaite developed his box lacrosse skills in the Royal City’s Sapperton district, but by age 15 he was considered too big to continue playing at the juvenile level. Instead, he lined up with

the New Westminster Junior B team that captured the 1966 Canadian ...

thread: Al Lewthwaite
2019 Paul Parnell 4. British Columbia thread: Paul Parnell
2019 Russ Heard 4. British Columbia

2020 Bob Salt
4. British Columbia
2020 Kevin Alexander
4. British Columbia
[full length]

2020 Bill Bradley
4. British Columbia thread: Bill Bradley
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