Springwater Sports Heritage

Founding Benefactor: The McGuire Trust

Frank Foyston


Induction Award

Frank played sixteen years of professional hockey, winning the Stanley Cup three times; Toronto (1913-14), Seattle (1916-17) and Victoria (1924-25). With Seattle, he was the MVP of the Stanley Cup Finals. He was an exceptional scorer and playmaker and was one of the first players to score over 200 goals. Frank was in the first group elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1958 and is also a member of the Barrie Sports Hall of Fame.

Member Details:

Category:  Athlete
Induction Year:  2014
Sport(s):  Hockey
Nominator:  Michael Townes
Date/Place of Birth:  February 2, 1891/Minesing ON.
Date/Place of Resting:  January 19, 1966/Seattle, WA, US

Highlights:

1908-1910:  Played for the Barrie Athletic Club in the OHA Junior League. ...more highlights

Narrative:

An exceptional scorer and playmaker, Frank C. Foyston was capable of dominating a game from center, rover or either of the wing positions.  ...more narrative.

Anecdotes:

HOCKEY IN MINESING WHEN FRANK WAS YOUNG  ...more anecdotes

Quotes:

"It is so special that my father is being recognized    ...more quotes

Media:

...Photo Gallery

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