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Winnipeg - Historical Events
Date Event
1816-06-19

Battle of Seven Oaks between North West Company and Hudson's Bay Company, near Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

1896-02-14

Stanley Cup: Winnipeg Victorias beat Montreal Victorias, 2-0

1896-12-30

Stanley Cup: Montreal Victorias beat Winnipeg Victorias, 6-5

1899-03-14

Stanley Cup: Montreal Shamrocks beat Winnipeg Victorias, 6-2

1900-02-16

Stanley Cup: Montreal Shamrocks beat Winnipeg Victorias, 3 games to 1

1901-01-31

Winnipeg Victorias sweep Montreal Shamrocks in 2 for Stanley Cup

1902-01-23

Winnipeg Victorias sweep Toronto Wellingtons in 2 for Stanley Cup

1902-03-17

Stanley Cup: Montreal AAA beat Winnipeg Victorias, 2 games to 1

1904-01-04

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 beat Winnipeg Rowing Club, 2 games to 1

1906-03-27

Founding of the Alpine Club of Canada in Winnipeg, Manitoba

1920-09-25

Vern Bradburn of Winnipeg Victorias kicks 9 singles in a game

1928-08-25

Tri-City Rugby Football Union forms consisting of Moose Jaw, Regina & Winnipeg

1930-06-10

Winnipeg Rugby Football Club forms

1930-09-13

Winnipeg Rugby Football Club 1st game, loses to St John's Rugby, 7-3

1935-11-07

23rd CFL Grey Cup: Winnipeg Winnipegs defeats Hamilton Tigers, 18-12

1935-12-07

CFL Grey Cup: Winnipeg Blue Bombers beat Ham Tigers, 18-12 at Hamilton

1939-12-09

27th Grey Cup: Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeats Ottawa Rough Riders, 8-7

1942-11-30

30th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Hurricanes defeats Winnipeg Bombers, 8-5

1945-12-01

CFL Grey Cup: Toronto beats Winnipeg 35-0 at Toronto

1953-10-28

Bud Grant of Winnipeg Blue Bombers intercepts 5 passes (record)

1958-08-14

Canadian Football League plays 1st game (Winnipeg 29, Edmonton 21)

1962-12-01

Grey Cup halted by fog, resumed next day (Winnipeg 28, Hamilton 27)

1962-12-02

50th CFL Grey Cup: Winnipeg beats Hamilton, 28-27 at Toronto [OT]

1975-03-08

Royal Canadian Mint announces branch opening in Winnipeg Manitoba

1976-04-30

Royal Canadian Mint opens a branch in Winnipeg, Manitoba

1980-02-12

NY Islanders 2nd scoreless tie, vs Winnipeg Jets

1981-12-20

Doug Small (Winnipeg Jets) ties NHL record scoring at 5 second mark

1987-10-04

James Jefferson of Winnipeg scores 2 TDs on interception returns without making an interception. (He scored on laterals)

1988-11-27

76th CFL Grey Cup: Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeats BC Lions, 22-21

1995-07-04

Birmingham Barracudas play 1st CFL game (vs Winnipeg)

1995-10-18

NHL Winnipeg Jets sold to Americans who plan to move them to Phoenix

1996-01-19

NHL approves move of Winnipeg Jets to Phoenix

1996-07-01

NHL Winnipeg Jets officially become the Phoenix Coyotes

2001-11-25

89th CFL Grey Cup: Calgary Stampeders defeats Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 27-19

2007-11-25

95th CFL Grey Cup: Saskatchewan Roughriders defeats Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 23-19

2011-11-27

99th CFL Grey Cup: BC Lions defeats Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 34-23

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Winnipeg - Notable Birthdays

Terry SawchukDec 28, 1929

Winnipeg - Birthdays
Date Event
1910-12-01

Louis Slotin, Winnipeg Manitoba, Canadian Physicist and Chemist (Manhattan Project, Los Alamos) who assembled the plutonium core for 'Trinity', the first detonated atomic device

1912-01-02

Barbara Pentland, Winnipeg Canada, composer

1920-02-07

Oscar Brand, Winnipeg Canada, folk vocalist (Draw Me a Laugh)

1921-02-19

Ann Savage, My Winnipeg

1921-12-04

Deanna Durbin, Winnipeg Manitoba, actress/vocalist (100 Men & a Girl), (d. 2013)

1922-03-20

Jack Kruschen, Winnipeg Canada, actor (Papa-Webster, Busting Loose)

1923-08-25

Monty Hall, Winnipeg Canada, TV game show host (Lets Make a Deal)

1924-09-16

Paddy Stone, Winnipeg Manitoba, choreographer (Piccadilly Palace)

1927-01-10

Gisele MacKenzie, Winnipeg Manitoba, singer/actress (Your Hit Parade)

1927-05-20

[Harold] Bud Grant, Wisc, CFL/NFL player/coach (Winnipeg, Minnesota)

1929-12-28

Terry Sawchuk, Winnipeg Manitoba, NHL goaltender (Redwings, Bruins, Maple Leaf, Rangers)

1939-09-30

Len Cariou, Winnipeg Manitoba, actor (Four Seasons-Sherry)

1942-08-09

David Steinberg, Winnipeg Canada, comedian/director (End)

1943-09-27

Randy Bachman, Winnipeg, rocker (Bachman-Turner Overdrive-Roll On)

1950-07-23

Belinda J Montgomery, Winnipeg, actress (Man From Atlantis)

1951-10-12

Bernie Ruoff, West Germany, CFL kicker (Winnipeg, Hamilton)

1952-04-02

Dan Halldorson, Winnipeg, Canadian Tour golfer (1985 World Cup)

1953-02-18

Robin Bachman, Winnipeg, guitarist (BTO-You Aint Seen Nothing Yet)

1954-05-15

Bob Beauchemin, Winnipeg Canada, golfer (West Coast Open-1982, 83)

1954-07-18

Robert Cameron, CFL punter (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1954-10-30

K. George Godwin, Going: Remembering Winnipeg Movie Theatres

1956-04-04

Evelyn Hart, prima ballerina (Royal Winnipeg Ballet)

1958-07-28

Terry Fox [Terrance Stanley], Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canadian one-legged marathoner (1980 Marathon of Hope)

1961-11-19

Grant Ledyard, Winnipeg, NHL defenseman (Dallas Stars)

1962-07-19

Craig Muni, Toronto, NHL defenseman (Winnipeg Jets)

1962-08-31

Wanda Guenette, Winnipeg Manitoba, volleyballer (Olympics-96)

1963-06-13

Randy Gilhen, Zweibrucken Ger, NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)

1963-06-14

James Patrick, Winnipeg, NHL defenseman (Calgary Flames)

1963-07-08

Mike Ridley, Winnipeg, NHL center (Vancouver Canucks)

1964-04-14

Greg Battle, CFL linebacker (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1966-02-18

Kris King, Bracebridge, NHL left wing (Winnipeg Jets)

1966-03-25

David Hohl, Winnipeg Manitoba, freestyle wrestler (Olympics-9-92, 96)

1966-04-01

Dave Vankoughnett, CFL corner (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1966-05-05

Mike Stapleton, Sarnia, NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)

1966-08-16

Ed Olczyk, Chicago, NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)

1966-12-19

Courtney Griffin, CFL defensive back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1967-01-27

Dave Manson, Prince Albert, NHL defenseman (Winnipeg Jets)

1967-01-29

David Pitcher, CFL fullback (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1967-02-27

Dallas Eakins, Dade City, NHL defenseman (Winnipeg Jets)

1967-03-02

Allan Boyko, CFL slot back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1967-03-02

Bruce Boyko, CFL fullback (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1967-03-21

Troy Westwood, CFL kicker (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1967-04-14

Jeff Finley, Edmonton, NHL defenseman (Winnipeg Jets)

1967-05-29

Mike Keane, Winnipeg, NHL right wing (Colorado Avalanche)

1967-07-01

Mike Eastwood, Ottawa, NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)

1967-07-14

Glen Scrivener, CFL defensive tackle (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1967-09-26

Craig Janney, Hartford, NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)

1967-11-27

Brett MacNeil, CFL guard (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1967-12-30

Colleen Miller, Winnipeg Manitoba, rower (Olympics-96)

1968-05-04

Kevin Todd, Winnipeg, NHL center (LA Kings)

1968-05-05

Craig Hendrickson, CFL tackle (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1968-07-03

Teppo Numminen, Tampere Fin, NHL defenseman (Winnipeg Jets, Coyotes)

1969-02-04

Dallas Drake, Trail, NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)

1969-04-27

Tyrone Rodgers, CFL defensive linebacker (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1969-06-21

Chris Perez, CFL tackle (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1969-07-13

Ewan Beaton, Winnipeg Manitoba, 60 kg judoka (Olympics-9-92, 96)

1969-08-10

Iain Fraser, Scarborough, NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)

1969-10-16

Doug Hocking, CFL linebacker (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1969-11-03

Jim Mckenzie, Gull Lake, NHL left wing (Winnipeg Jets)

1969-11-07

Tanya Dubnicoff, Winnipeg Manitoba, cyclist (Olympics-6th-92, 96)

1969-12-08

Darrin Shannon, Barrie, NHL left wing (Winnipeg Jets)

1970-01-04

Colin Scrivener, CFL defensive tackle (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1970-01-25

Milt Stegall, CFL receiver (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1970-02-07

Denis Chasse, Montreal, NHL right wing (Winnipeg Jets)

1970-02-22

Dominic Roussel, Hull, NHL goalie (Winnipeg Jets)

1970-03-23

Turhon O'Bannon, CFL receiver (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1970-04-29

Leuea Tagoai, CFL defensive end (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1970-05-08

Christine Stark, Winnipeg Manitoba, volleyballer (Olympics-96)

1970-06-09

Russ Romaniuk, Winnipeg, NHL left wing (Phila Flyers)

1970-09-06

Igor Korolev, Moscow Russia, NHLer (Team Russia, Winnipeg)

1970-10-01

Alexei Zhamnov, Moscow Russia, NHL center (Winnipeg Jets, Oly-S-98)

1970-10-08

DeWayne Knight, CFL linebacker (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1970-12-30

Grant Carter, CFL defensive end (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1971-01-04

Errol Brown, CFL defensive back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1971-01-29

Chris Vargas, CFL quarterback (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1971-03-20

Janis Kelly, Winnipeg Manitoba, volleyball player (Olympics-96)

1971-05-23

Joseph Rogers, CFL receiver (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1971-05-31

Brad Elberg, CFL running back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1971-07-26

Reggie Carthon, CFL defensive back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1971-10-07

Dexter Dawson, CFL receiver (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1972-01-24

Shannon Garrett, CFL defensive back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1972-03-05

Brandon Hamilton, CFL cornerback (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1972-03-28

Keith Tkachuk, Melrose MA, NHL left wing (Winnipeg Jets, Phoenix, USA)

1972-04-02

Graham Hood, Winnipeg Manitoba, 1.5k runner (Olympics-9-92, 96)

1972-05-19

Ronald Williams, CFL running back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1972-05-29

Kevin McDougal, CFL quarterback (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1972-07-26

Sean Graham, CFL slot back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1972-08-30

Shonte Peoples, CFL linebacker (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1972-09-06

Frank Rocca, CFL corner (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1972-09-27

Clara Hughes, Winnipeg Manitoba, cyclist (Olympics-2 bronze-96)

1972-12-11

Robert Robinson, CFL defensive linebacker (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1973-01-13

Nikolai Khabibulin, Sverdlovsk Russia, NHL goalie (Winnipeg Jets)

1973-01-22

George Noga, CFL linebacker (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1973-03-11

Mike Mihelic, CFL offensive tackle (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1973-06-10

Wade Miller, CFL linebacker (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1973-11-27

Nick Ferguson, CFL defensive back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1974-06-07

Jason Caswell, Winnipeg Manitoba, Skeet shooter (Olympics-96)

1974-12-26

Darcy Fehr, My Winnipeg

1975-12-28

Kesley Perrin, CFL defensive back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1976-05-08

Oleg Tverdovsky, Donetsk Ukr, NHL defenseman (Winnipeg Jets)

1976-08-27

Craig Mills, Toronto, NHL right wing (Winnipeg Jets)

1976-10-10

Shane Doan, Eston, NHL right wing (Winnipeg Jets)

1976-11-27

Chad Kilger, Cornwall, NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)

1977-06-12

Andrea Schwartz, Winnipeg Manitoba, 200m butterfly (Olympics-96)

1978-03-16

Dave Derewlany, A Dore to Winnipeg

1978-10-25

Riley Mants, Winnipeg Manitoba, 200m breaststroker (Olympics-96)

1987-04-03

Stephanie Jones, My Winnipeg

1990-02-25

Brendan Cade, My Winnipeg

Winnipeg - Deaths
Date Event
2008-12-25

Ann Savage, My Winnipeg

2015-12-01

Floyd Wiebe, Winnipeg gang awareness activist and victims' rights advocate, dies at 61


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