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This collection of Hockey Equipment from the 1930s - 1950s was used by Charles Delbert Calvert. Del played hockey at the Calder School and neighbouring communities. His hockey equipment was donated to the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum's permanent collection by his wife. 
March 2019


This is 'Choklit' the Moose, the mascot for the 1981 Canada Summer Games that was hosted in Thunder Bay, Ontario. He will be going into our display collection and was donated to us by Susan Ratchwell.

Chokolit Moose and the event logo that can be seen on his t-shirt was designed by Thunder Bay local designer, Ken Campbell, and his name was picked through a contest won by a local teen.
First held in 1967 in Quebec City, the Canada Games are continued tradition that aims to promote young athletes from across the country. Many of the participating athletes have, or will, go on to become Canadian champions, Olympians, and world class stars.


Red Deer 2019

From February 15 to March 3, 2019 Red Deer will be welcoming these athletes from across the nation to compete in 19 sports and participate in over 150 events. With 3,600 athletes, managers, and coaches, and over 20,000 visitors expected, the 2019 Canada Winter Games will be one of the largest sporting events hosted in Alberta since the 1988 Calgary Olympics.

ASHFM  2016.14.11

This is a mounted ATCO torch from the 2016 Alberta Winter Games torch relay. The torch is silver with carved wooden handle that has the Alberta Winter Games Medicine Hat logo carved in. Torch is mounted onto a plaque that is shaped like the province of Alberta.

The plaque was presented to the Medicine Hat Alberta Games Society who donated it to the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum as a token of the games.


2016 Alberta Summer Games

From July 14th to the 17th, 2016 over 3,000 athletes, coaches and officials from across Alberta will be in Leduc to compete, learn and share experiences of a lifetime at the 2016 Alberta Summer Games.

Athletes ranging in age from 11 to 17 years old representing 14 different sports will befriend teammates and competitors from eight regional zones.

Over 2,000 volunteers and 100+ sponsors will pull together to meet a challenge and a common goal: to make the 2016 Alberta Summer Games in Leduc the “Best Ever” Alberta Games.

Thank you to Audrey McDonald for her donation of Calgary Boomers Soccer Team memorabilia.

The Calgary Boomers were a professional soccer team that competed in the North American Soccer League during the 1980–81 NASL Indoor season and outdoors in the 1981 season.  Based out of the McMahon Stadium in Calgary, they were owned by Nelson Skalbania.  Thier colours were gold and black

Manager: Al Miller
Coach: David Davies


  • Darryl Wallace
  • Jürgen Stars
  • Gerd Zimmermann
  • Paul D'Agostino
  • Holgar Brueck
  • Helmut Kremers
  • Victor Kodelja
  • Carlos Salguero
  • Jürgen Röber
  • Franz Gerber
  • Klaus Toppmöller
  • Juan Carlos Molina
  • Ramon Hector Ponce
  • Bruce Bates
  • Danny Vaughn
  • Milan Stojsavljevic
  • Billy Gazonas
  • Willi Neuberger
  • Willi Reimann
  • David Woodsford
  • Jorgen Kristensen
  • Tony Heap
  • Tom Boric

Local artist Dennis Moffat donated 9 original sports themed prints to the ASHFM.  The sports include broomball, hockey, basketball, horse racing, and skiing.


This particular print entitled "The Leader" depicts a cross-country skier taking advantage of Alberta's long snowy winters.

We look forward to featuringDennis Moffat in the Art Gallery at a later date.

The sports include broomball, hockey, basketball, horse racing, and skiing. This particular print entitled "The Leader" depicts a cross country skier taking advantage of Alberta's long snowy winters. We look forward to featuring Moffat in the Art Gallery at a later date

ASHFM Honoured Member Mary Ann Reeves recently donated a large collection of her Synchronized Swimming memorabilia to our permanent collection.


Among the Items were many uniforms, medals, and accreditations. One of the medals was a participation medal, given to all the athletes and coaches who attended, from the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul Korea.