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1959 Western Hockey League, 2nd Annual, WHL All Star Game Program
1959 WHL All Star Game Program Front Cover 1959 WHL All Star Game Coast Division Player Photos 1959 WHL All Star Game Coast Division Player Line-up 1959 WHL All Star Game Prairie Division Player Line-up 1959 WHL All Star Game Prairie Division Player Photos 1959 WHL All Star Game Program Rear Cover
This program is from the 2nd annual Western Hockey League All Star game played on Tuesday March 3, 1959 at the Exhibition Forum in Vancouver, B.C. The format for the game back then pitted the Coast All-Stars vs the Prairie All Stars.
The Coast All-Stars featured the following line-up: The Prairie All-Stars featured the following line-up:
Goalie: Bev Bentley - Seattle
Defense: Brent McNab - Vancouver
Defense: Gordie Sinclair - Seattle
Defense: Ron Matthews - New Westminster
Defense: Hugh Currie - Vancouver
Center: Max McNab - New Westminster
Center: Guyle Fielder - Seattle
Right Wing: Al Johnson - Spokane
Left Wing: Val Fonteyne - Seattle
Right Wing: Pat Hannigan - New Westminster
Left Wing: Gordie Fashoway - New Westminster
Center: Max Mekilok - Spokane
Right Wing: Danny Belisle - Vancouver
Left Wing: Earl Johnson - Spokane
Left Wing: Al Nicholson - Victoria

Coach: Keith Allen, Seattle
Trainer: Eddie Shamlock, Vancouver
Goalie: Roy Edwards - Calgary
Defense: Fred Hucul - Calgary
Defense: Don Ward - Calgary
Defense: Hugh Coflin - Edmonton
Defense: Jim McPherson - Edmonton
Center: Paul Masnick - Saskatoon
Right Wing: Jackie McLeod - Saskatoon
Center: Murray Oliver - Edmonton
Left Wing: Don Poile - Edmonton
Center: Eddie Dorohoy - Calgary
Center: Jerry Melnyk - Edmonton
Left Wing: Gerry Brisson - Winnipeg
Left Wing: Lou Jankowski - Calgary
Right Wing: Ron Leopold - Calgary
Right Wing: Bill Mosienko - Winnipeg

Coach: Tony Leswick, Edmonton
Trainer: Tiger Goldstick, Edmonton
1960 Western Hockey League, 3rd Annual,WHL All Star Game Program
1960 WHL All Star Game Program Front Cover 1960 WHL All Star Game Coast Division Player Photos 1960 WHL All Star Game Coast Division Player Line-up 1960 WHL All Star Game Prairie Division Player Line-up

This program is from the 3rd annual Western Hockey League All Star game played on Tuesday January 12, 1960 at the Edmonton Gardens in Edmonton, Alberta. The format for the game again pitted the Coast All-Stars vs the Prairie All Stars.

The following commentary is offered under the player line-up by Don Fleming of the Edmonton Journal:

"The only thing about this All-Star game I'm afraid of is the coaching." This was Bud Poile's comment to a breathless world when he was asked how long the coast's domination of the western League classic might be expected to continue. He swallowed his pride when only one Flyer made the first team...Chuck Holmes at right wing. Even the fact that just Boomer MacPherson on defence and Don Poile on left wing were appointed to the supporting cast, failed to draw a rise out of the flyers' bossman. Nevertheless, you may draw your own conclusions from his recent observation that Denny Riggin belonged to his own personal all-time stars who played under - his tutelage. This put the Kincardine Kid ahead of a gent by the name of Glenn Hall, twice voted the top netminder in the National League. Still Poile's only official comment voiced his skepticism that the Prairie club was strong enough in the pilot-house to make it stick this time. It just so happens that it is his long-time adversary (and briefly a major league team-mate at New York) Gus Kyle who is calling the shots out of the home box on this occasion. El Gusso had the foresight to keep his club in the championship hunt longer then anybody else on the prairies last year. So his appointment as the prairies' coach was an automatic thing. For the record, once ensuring that their chief would be taking over the Gardens on All-Star night, the Stamps didn't win a game against the Totems. In a way, this comes close to being a rematch of the playoff final. Seattle will be supplying most of the talent up front for the coast club, while the Stampeders swallowed up most of the prairie nominations. As if this wouldn't be incentive enough for Kyle to be bent on avenging the previous two All-Star losses for the prairies, Poile's misgivings should be the clincher.

The Coast All-Stars featured the following line-up: The Prairie All-Stars featured the following line-up:
Goalie: Hank Bassen- Vancouver
Defense: Brent McNab - Vancouver
Defense: Gordon Sinclair - Seattle
Defense: Ralph Keller- Vancouver
Defense: Larry Cahan- Vancouver
Center: Rudy Filion - Seattle
Center: Guyle Fielder - Seattle
Right Wing: Al Johnson - Spokane
Left Wing: Colin Kilburn- Vancouver
Right Wing: Marc Boileau- Seattle
Left Wing: Gordie Fashoway - Victoria
Right Wing: Arnie Schmautz - Victoria
Center: Art Jones - Victoria
Left Wing: Bill McFarland - Seattle

Coach: Keith Allen
Honorary Captain: Eddie Dorohoy
Trainer: Dick Bielous
Goalie: Al Rollins- Winnipeg
Defense: Bud MacPherson- Edmonton
Defense: Hugh Currie - Calgary
Defense: Doug Barkley - Calgary
Defense: Fred Hucul - Calgary
Defense: Bill Folk - Winnipeg
Center: Gordon Vejprava- Calgary
Right Wing: Chuck Holmes - Edmonton
Left Wing: Don Poile - Edmonton
Right Wing: Jackie McLeod - Calgary
Center: Gene Achtymichuk- Edmonton
Right Wing: Ron Leopold- Calgary
Center: Ray Brunel - Winnipeg
Left Wing: Lou Jankowski - Calgary
Left Wing: Gordon Redhal- Winnipeg

Coach: Gus Kyle
Trainer: Tiger Goldstick
1953-1954 New Westminster Royals 16 Card Team Set, Signed By Nine Players
"Blinky" Boyce, Right Wing Billy Boyce Autograph Bob Love, Center Bob Love autograph
1954 Billy Boyce Royals team Card 1954 Billy Boyce signed Royals card 1954 Bobby Love Royals team card 1954 Bobby Love signed Royals card
Gordon Fashoway, Left Wing Gordon Fashoway Autograph Guyle Fielder, Center Guyle Fielder autograph
1954 Gordon Fashoway Royals team Card 1954 Gordon Fashoway signed Royals card 1954 Guyle Fielder Royals team card 1954 Guyle Fielder signed Royals card
Jim Bedard, Defense Jim Bedard Autograph Lucien Dechene, Goalie Lucien Dechene autograph
1954 Jim Bedard Royals team Card 1954 Jim Bedard signed Royals card 1954 Lucien Dechene Royals team card 1954 Lucien Dechene signed Royals card
Max McNab, Center Max McNab Autograph Walt "Ollie" Dorohoy, Center Walt "Ollie" Dorohoy autograph
1954 MaxMcnab Royals Team Card 1954 Max Mcnab signed Royals card 1954 Walt Dorohoy Royals team card 1954 Walt Dorohoy signed Royals card
Ron Matthews, Defense Ron Matthews Autograph Sam Lavitt, Defense Sam Lavitt autograph
1954 Ron Matthews Royals Team Card 1954 Ron Matthews Royals signed card 1954 Sam Lavitt Royals Team Card 1954 Sam Lavitt Royals signed card
Jackie Hamilton, Left Wing Len Thornson, Center Lloyd "Pete" Durham, Defense Pierre Brillant, Right Wing
1954 Jackie Hamilton Royals Team Card 1954 Len Thornson Royals Team Card 1954 Lloyd Durham Royals Team Card 1954 Pierre Brillant Royals Team Card
Fred Sasakamoose, Center Fred Denny, Right Wing
1954 Fred Saskamoose Royals Team Card 1954 Fred Denny Royals Team Card
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