2010 Inductees

2010 Inductees (5)

Five (5) great Ontario athletes are elected to the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame for 2010.

Two former Toronto Maple Leaf Captains, George Armstrong (13 year Leafs Captain and Toronto Coach, 1988-9) and Dave Keon, (NHL rookie of the year, 1960) are joined by two other Leafs, defenseman Bobby Baun, (he of the famous ‘broken leg’ goal), and Howie Meeker. Ron Taylor rounds out this year's inductees.

Dr. Ron Taylor was born December 13, 1937 in Toronto, Ontario. At 18, he left high school to begin a 16-year career as a pitcher.…
George Armstrong was born on July 6, 1930 in Bowlands, Ontario. Nicknamed "Chief" due to his Irish-Algonquin heritage, Armstrong was put on the Maple Leafs…
Howard “Howie” Meeker was born November 4, 1923 in Kitchener, Ontario. Meeker missed the 1943 and 1944 seasons while serving in the Canadian Armed Forces…
Bob “Bobby” Baun was born in Lanigan, Saskatchewan, September 9, 1936. Baun started with the Toronto Marlboros and then was assigned to the American Hockey…
Dave Keon was born on March 22, 1940 in Noranda, Quebec. A clever skater and stick handler, Keon left St. Michael's College to play professional…