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1914 Pacific Coast Hockey Association Championship, Sterling Silver Cigarette Case
Guyle Fielders Portland Buckaroos Jersey Guyle Fielders Portland Buckaroos Jersey Guyle Fielders Portland Buckaroos Jersey Guyle Fielders Portland Buckaroos Jersey
This sterling silver cigarette case is inscribed on the front with the following: "Amateur Championship Pacific Coast 1913-14", in addition there are crossed sticks with the initial "F" engraved on a raised puck below the banner. This cigarette case was obtained from an antiques dealer in Victoria, B.C. He found it in a clothing store being used as a prop with a suit display! The inside is inscribed with the Name: A. Harris Jeffered. Unfortunately, I do not know if this was awarded to a player on the Pacific Coast Hockey Championship team or simply one of the competing teams.
The only reference I can find for an A. Jeffered is Art Jeffered who was one of the founders of the Vancouver Minor Hockey Association in 1939 and would later be awarded the "Gold Puck Award" for outstanding contribution to amateur hockey in the Lower Mainland and was a Life Member of the PCAHA for distinguished service.
(If anybody can help me determine who this may have belonged to or what it was awarded for, I would like to hear from them)
 Morris Rogoway, Portland Buckaroos Leading Scorer Trophy
Morris Rogoway, Portland Buckaroos Leading Scorer trophy
This trophy was awarded annually by the Portland Buckaroo Hockey Club, to the teams leading scorer. The trophy was sponsored by Morris Rogoway who was a prominent jeweler and a large advertiser in the Buckaroo Hockey programs. The trophy was presented to the Portland Buckaroos Leading Goal-Scorer from 1960 until 1973. Each player was presented with a smaller trophy and a diamond studded Longines watch that had a black velvet band. Art Jones won this trophy so often that when the Western Hockey League folded the front office gave this trophy to Art for keep sake.
Below are the names of the players and the year they won the award, as engraved on the plaque on the bottom of the trophy.
Recipients of the Morris Rogoway, Buckaroos Leading Scorer Trophy:
Year Player Name
1960-61 Art Jones
1961-62 Art Jones
1962-63 Gerry Goyer
1963-64 Art Jones
1964-65 Art Jones
1965-66 Cliff Schmautz
1966-67 Art Jones
1967-68 Art Jones
1968-69 Art Jones
1969-70 Art Jones
1970-71 Art Jones
1971-72 Art Jones
1972-73 Art Jones
Fred J. Hume Trophy (WHL Most Gentlemanly Player), 1960-61 Season, Presented To Gordon Fashoway,
Fred J. Hume Trophy
This trophy is the Western Hockey Leagues Fred J. Hume Trophy, which was presented to Gordon Fashoway for the 1960-61 season. In 1960-61, the first season the Portland Buckaroos existed, Gordon Fashoway was their captain and was also the leading goal scorer on the Buckaroo team. During the season "Fash", as his team mates called him, provided the leadership, grit and goal scoring they needed in order to win the championship. Fashoway scored 42 goals while only spending eight minutes in the penalty box. This ability to score goals and provide leadership while racking up very few penalty minutes is what earned him the Fred J. Hume trophy.

The Fred J. Hume trophy was awarded to the Western Hockey Leagues most "gentlemanly" player. The trophy is named after Fred J Hume who was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as a builder in 1962. His love of sports led him to help found the Western Hockey League as owner of the New Westminster Royals hockey club. He operated the team for nine years with Ken MacKenzie but never won a championship. Hume finally sold his players to Portland and folded his franchise when mounting costs made pro hockey in a smaller community like New Westminster an unrealistic venture. Hume always believed that the Vancouver area could support large scale sporting events. His involvement and lobbying grew when he gained a stronger voice as Vancouver mayor in 1950. Undeterred by the difficulties facing the New Westminster hockey club, Hume brought the British Empire games Vancouver in 1954 and helped land a minor pro baseball franchise in 1955. Hume's drive and leadership won him a host of admirers throughout the West Coast. The WHL honored his contribution by naming a trophy after him to presented annually to the league's most gentlemanly player. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in the Builders category in 1962.

The brass plaque on the front of the trophy is inscribed as follows:

Fred J. Hume Trophy
Most Gentlemanly Player
Western Hockey League, 1960-61
Gordon Fashoway


If you want to know more about Gordon Fashoway and his career, please go to
Gordon Fashoways Biography where you can see a photo of him, a short biography and his entire career statistics.
1000th WHL Point Trophy, With Game Used Puck, Presented To Norm Johnson
Norm Johnson's WHL 1000th point scored trophy Norm Johnson's 1000th point trophy plaque
This trophy was presented to Norm Johnson for scoring his 1000th point in the Western Hockey League on Nov. 7, 1970 against Salt Lake City. At the time Norm scored his 1000th point in the Western Hockey League only two other players in the WHL had established that milestone, namely Art Jones and Guyle Fielder. In addition, this was a huge accomplishment since only seven players in all of professional hockey including the NHL and all other Minor Pro Leagues had scored 1000 points. The puck mounted on top is the actual game used puck that Norm assisted on to get his 1000th point in the WHL. The puck itself is inscribed in ink on the back with "Norm Johnson 1000th WHL".

If you would like to read more about Norm Johnson and his record setting career in the WHL, then please take a look at his
biography

The plaque on the trophy is inscribed as follows:

Norm Johnson
Portland Buckaroos
with this puck
scored his
1000th
WHL point
in Portland
against
Salt Lake City
at 0:39
of the second
period on
Nov. 7, 1970
goal scored by
Bill Saunders
from
Norm Johnson
and
Andy Hebenton

1000th Career Point Trophy, With Game Used Puck, Presented To Norm Johnson
Norm Johnson's 1000th career point scored trophy
This trophy was presented to Norm Johnson for scoring his 1000th career point on Nov. 5th, 1969 against the Phoenix Roadrunners. Norm also played professionally in the IHL, AHL and NHL, so he reached the 1000 career point mark almost exactly one year prior to scoring his 100th point in the Western Hockey League. Norm would score his 1000th WHL point on Nov. 7th 1970.
The puck mounted on top is the actual game used puck that Norm assisted on to get his 1000th point. It is inscribed on back of the puck in ink "Norm Johnson 1000 PTS".

If you would like to read more about Norm Johnson and his record setting career in the WHL, then please take a look at his
biography

The plaque on the trophy is inscribed as follows:

Norm Johnson
1000th point
Phoenix at Portland
Nov. 5th. 1969
2:58 of the second period
(engraved laurel wreath)
Hebenton.Saunders.Johnson

L.A. Blades Best Offensive Player Trophy, 1966-67, Presented To Norm Johnson
Norm Johnson's L.A. Blades Best Offensive Player Trophy, 1966-67
This trophy was presented to Norm Johnson by the Southern California Hockey Writers as the L.A. Blades Best Offensive Player for the 1966-67 season. During the 66-67 season Norm scored 31 goals and has 46 assists in 67 games for the Blades. He was in the hunt for the scoring lead all season (until he missed five games due to injury) and had a 13 game point scoring streak as well. However, in the end it was his leadership combined with his scoring ability that led the Southern California Hockey Writers to vote him the LA Blades Best offensive Player.

If you would like to read more about Norm Johnson and his record setting career in the WHL, then please take a look at his
biography

The plaque on the trophy is inscribed as follows:

Norm Johnson
Blades Best Offensive Player
1966-67
So. Cal. Hockey Writers


Most Valuable Player Trophy, 1964-65, Norm Johnson, Southern California Hockey Writers Association
Norm Johnson's L.A. Blades Best Offensive Player Trophy, 1964-65
This trophy was presented to Norm Johnson by the Southern California Hockey Writers Association as the L.A. Blades Best Offensive Player for the 1964-65 season. During the 1964-65 season Norm scored 26 goals and has 55 assists in 69 games for the Blades. He was in the hunt for the scoring lead all season and finished in the top ten in the Western Hockey League.

If you would like to read more about Norm Johnson and his record setting career in the WHL, then please take a look at his
biography

The plaque in the middle of the trophy is inscribed as follows:

Norm Johnson
Most Valuable Player
1964-65
Presented by
So. California Hockey Writers Assoc.

Most Valuable Player Trophy, 1963-64, Norm Johnson, Southern California Hockey Writers Association
Norm Johnson's L.A. Blades Best Offensive Player Trophy, 1963-64
This trophy was presented to Norm Johnson by the Southern California Hockey Writers as the L.A. Blades Best Offensive Player for the 1963-64 season. During the 63-64 season Norm scored 33 goals and has 53 assists in 70 games for the Blades. He was in the hunt for the scoring lead all season and finished in the top ten in the Western Hockey League.

If you would like to read more about Norm Johnson and his record setting career in the WHL, then please take a look at his
biography

The plaque in the middle of the trophy is inscribed as follows:

Most Valuable
Player
1963-64
Norm Johnson


The plaque on the bottom is inscribed as follows:

So. California Hockey Writers
Assoc.

1962 WHL All Star Trophy, Presented To Norm Johnson
Norm Johnson's 1962 All Star Award
This trophy was presented to Norm Johnson in 1962 by the Western Hockey League in recognition of his selection as a 1st Team All Star. During the 1961-1962 season Norm played in 69 games for the Calgary Stampeders and accumulated 29 goals and 64 assists for a total of 93 points. His point total was second only to the Leading Scorer in the WHL that year, Gene Mekilok of Spokane with 97 points.

If you would like to read more about Norm Johnson and his record setting career in the WHL, then please take a look at his
biography

The plaque on the trophy is inscribed as follows:

W.H.L.
All Star 1962
Norm Johnson


1964 Western Hockey League Rookie of the Year Trophy presented to Dave "The Snake" Kelly
1964 WHL Rookie of the Year Trophy
This trophy was presented to Dave Kelly of the Portland Buckaroos for being the WHL Rookie Of The Year for the 1963-64 season. During his rookie year Dave established the all-time WHL Shutout Record of 235 minutes and 22 seconds while posting the second lowest Goals Against Average of 3.10 in the League. What is even more impressive is the fact that Dave did all this as a 20-year old. That may not seem young by today's standards, however in 1964, Dave was the youngest goalie in professional hockey. In addition, this was his first year with the Buckaroos and he came straight from Junior "A" hockey to the Western Hockey League.

If you would like to read more about Dave kelly and his time in the WHL (and with the Portland Buckaroos), then please take a look at his
biography

The brass plaque on the front of the trophy is inscribed as follows:

Western Hockey League
Best Rookie
1964
Dave Kelly


WHL All-Time Shutout Record Trophy presented to Dave "The Snake" Kelly, March 15, 1964
Dave Kelly WHL Record Shutout Trophy
This trophy was presented to Dave Kelly of the Portland Buckaroos for recording the All-Time WHL Shutout Record of 235 minutes and 22 seconds in 1964.
The streak started on March 8, 1964 against the Totems at home in a game which the Buckaroos won by a score of 5-0. After the game Dave (who was starting to get a reputation for making predictions) said: "I haven't predicted a thing for two days. I just wanted to get a shutout here. I'd like to get the next one in Seattle because of the fans, unless I can get another one here first". His next shutout was on March 11 against the Seals and he said "I'm not saying anything. Everything is going well." He had 22 saves in the game - juggling souvenir pucks. On March 14, Dave lead the Bucks to a 3-0 victory over the LA Blades in which he made 19 saves in front 10,548 fans (largest WHL crowd of the year). Then on March 15 against the Vancouver Canucks he took the streak all the way to 11:38 of the final period before being beat by a tipin by the veteran, George Ford. The Buckaroos won the game 4-1 and Dave received a standing ovation from the crowd.

Dave shared with me during our visit that the shutout steak was the most memorable moment of his playing career. He said that the excitement and the adrenaline rush during the streak was so intense and then to receive a standing ovation from the crowd, that truly made it special. He also mentioned that his team mates were nervous and that none of them wanted to be on the ice when the streak ended. As a matter of fact, Dave thought his team mates probably played twice as hard during the streak since none of them wanted to be the one that screwed up and cost Dave the streak.

If you would like to read more about Dave kelly and his time in the WHL (and with the Portland Buckaroo), then please take a look at his
biography

The brass plaque on the front of the trophy is inscribed as follows:

Dave Kelly
WHL Shutout Records 3 Consecutive Shutouts
235 minutes And 22 Seconds Shutout Hockey
March 15, 1964


Portland Buckaroos Most Popular Player Trophy presented to Dave "The Snake" Kelly, March 15, 1964
Dave Kelly Most Popular Portland Buckaroo Player Trophy
This trophy was presented to Dave Kelly of the Portland Buckaroos for being the Most Popular player on the Portland Buckaroo Team for the 1963-64 season. THis trophy is the smaller individual version given to each player personally, as opposed to the larger team version which you can also view on this page (see below).

Dave's accomplishments during the 1963-64 season were simply amazing considering the fact that he was a 20-year old rookie! During the 1963-64 season Dave established the All-Time WHL Shutout Record of 235 Minutes 22 Seconds, while posting a Goals Against Average of 3.10 in 54 games. However, it was not just his playing ability that earned him this trophy, it was also his charm and wit that endeared him to the fans in Portland. Dave would play with several other teams during his 11 years in the Western Hockey League, however whenever he returned to the Buckaroos as a player, he could always count on a warm welcome from the fans.
If you would like to read more about Dave kelly and his time in the WHL (and with the Portland Buckaroo), then please take a look at his
biography

The brass plaque on the front of the trophy is inscribed as follows:

1963-64
Buckaroo Boosters
Trophy
Most Popular Player
Won By
Dave Kelly


Game Used Puck from the 1st goal scored in Memorial Coliseum History, November 15, 1960
Arnie Schmautz, Memorial Coliseum, 1st ever goal scored puck Arnie Schmautz, Memorial Coliseum, 1st ever goal scored trophy
This game used puck trophy was presented to Arnie Schmautz of the Portland Buckaroos for scoring the 1st goal in Memorial Coliseum history, on November 15, 1960. On that night the Portland Buckaroos had their home opener at the Memorial Coliseum in front of a sold-out crowd. Up until that point the Buckaroos had been unable to play at home due to construction of the Memorial Coliseum running behind. This resulted in the Bucks having to play the first eight games of the season on the road. So, they finally returned home to Portland on November 15th for their home opener at Memorial Coliseum. They played the Spokane Comets that night and Arnie scored the 1st goal of the game at 15:29 of the 1st period. The Buckaroos, in recognition of this accomplishment had the puck made into this trophy which they then presented to Arnie several nights later.
I visited with Arnie on October 28th 2005 and at the end of our visit Arnie entrusted this trophy to me so that I could share it with fans of the Portland Buckaroos and Old Western Hockey League. This trophy represents an important time line in the history of the Portland Buckaroos and Memorial Coliseum.
If you would like to read more about Arnie Schmautz, and his time as a Portland Buckaroo, then please take a look at his
biography

The brass plaque on the front of the trophy is inscribed as follows:

First Goal
by
Portland Buckaroos
in
Memorial Coliseum
scored by
Arnie Schmautz
15:29 First Period
Portland vs. Spokane
November 15 1960


Bud Meadows Perpetual Award - Portland Buckaroos Best Defensive Player Trophy
Portland Buckaroos Best Defensive Player Trophy
This trophy was awarded to the Buckaroos best defensive player from 1967 until 1972. The trophy is named after Bud Meadows who was a well known car dealer that owned Bud Meadows Pontiac on 28th and Sandy Blvd in Portland for more than 20 years. Bud Meadows was a big supporter of the Buckaroos and was one of the prime sponsors of the team. He was a big advertiser in the Portland Buckaroo programs and for several years awarded dinner for two to a lucky fan that would take part in voting for the Buckaroos annual Player-Of-The-Year-Award.
Below are the years of the award was given out and the player picked as the Buckaroos Best Defensive Player.
Recipients of the Best Defensive Player Award:
Year Player Name
1967-68 Mike Donaldson, 40 points
1968-69 Dennis Kearns, 35 points
1969-70 Rick Foley, 52 points
1970-71 Connie Madigan, 50 points
1971-72 Larry Long, 27 points
Ted Gamble Trophy - Portland Buckaroos Most Valuable Player Award
Portland Buckaroos Booster Club MVP Trophy
This trophy was awarded every year by the Portland Buckaroo Hockey Club, to the most valuable player on the team. The trophy was named after Ted Gamble who was one of the principle investors in the club. The award was given out from 1961 until 1973.
Below are the years of award and the player picked as the Buckaroos Most Valuable Player.

Recipients of the Most Valuable Player Award:

Year

Player Name

1960-61

Don Head

1961-62

Tommy McVie & Art Jones

1962-63

Don Head

1963-64

Art Jones

1964-65

Pat Stapleton

1965-66

Cliff Schmautz

1966-67

Connie Madigan

1967-68

Art Jones

1968-69

Norm Johnson

1969-70

Art Jones

1970-71

Art Jones

1971-72

Art Jones

1972-73

Andy Hebenton

Portland Buckaroos Most Popular Player Trophy
Portland Buckaroos Booster Club MVP Trophy
This trophy was awarded annually by the Portland Buckaroos Booster Club, to the most popular player on the team. The award was given out from 1962 until 1973.
Below are the years of award and the player picked as the Booster Clubs Most Popular Player.
Recipients of the Most Popular Player Award:
Year Player Name
1961-62 Tommy McVie
1962-63 Arnie Schmautz
1963-64 Dave Kelly
1964-65 Andy Hebenton
1965-66 Connie Madigan
1966-67 Bill Saunders
1967-68 Mel Pearson
1968-69 Roger Bellerive
1969-70 Ken Campbell
1970-71 Mel Pearson
1971-72 Mel Pearson
1972-73 Andy Hebenton
500th Goal Trophy presented to Gordon Fashoway, November 1, 1961
Gordon Fashoway 500 Goal Trophy Gordon Fashoway 500 Goal Puck
This trophy was presented to Gordon Fashoway for scoring his 500th goal in regular League play in the Western Hockey League on November 1, 1961. Gordon Fashoway at that time was one of only 3 players to have scored 500 goals in professional hockey. Due to the significance of this achievement, the Portland Buckaroos and Western Hockey League recognized it accordingly with this trophy.

The brass plaque on the front of the trophy is inscribed as follows:

Gordon Fashoway
500 Goal
Regular League Play
Los Angeles
at
Portland
score 7-2
time 1:17 1st period
Fashoway from Jones
11-1-61


The puck mounted on top of the trophy (see right photo) is the actual puck that Gordon Fashoway scored his 500th goal with on Nov 1, 1961. It was dug out of the net that night in order to be presented to Fashoway at a later date. It was then presented to him as part of this trophy that the team had made.

The puck is inscribed in ball point pen as follows:

Fash 500
Nov 1 61
LA at PTLND


If you want to know more about Gordon Fashoway and his career, please go to
Gordon Fashoways Biography where you can see a photo of him, a short biography and his entire career statistics.
545th Goal Trophy presented to Gordon Fashoway, February 22, 1963
Fred J. Hume Trophy Gordon Fashoway 500 Goal Puck
This trophy is very significant in the history of the game of hockey - not just the Western Hockey League. This is due to the fact that up until Feb. 22, 1963 nobody else had scored more than 544 goals in all of professional hockey. This trophy was presented to Gordon Fashoway for scoring his 545th goal in regular League play on February 22, 1963. On that night Gordon Fashoway surpassed Maurice "The Rocket" Richards record of 544 goals to become the All-Time leading goal scorer in the history of hockey. Unfortunately today most people do not realize what a great hockey player Gordon Fashoway was, or the significance of his many accomplishments.

The brass plaque on the front of the trophy is inscribed as follows:

545th Goal
Tops "Rocket" Richard's 544
Feb. 22, 1963
Fashoway (Jones, Donaldson)
:36 seconds 2nd period
Portland 2 at Edmonton 4

The puck mounted on top of the trophy (see right photo) is the actual puck that Gordon Fashoway scored his 545th goal with on Feb. 22, 1963. It was dug out of the net that night in order to be presented to Fashoway at a later date. It was then presented to him as part of this trophy that the team had made.


If you want to know more about Gordon Fashoway and his career, please go to
Gordon Fashoways Biography where you can see a photo of him, a short biography and his entire career statistics.
4 Star Player Of The Game Stein, presented to Norm Johnson, November 4th, 1961
Norm Johnson Player of the game presentation piece Norm Johnson Player of the game presentation piece
This Porcelain Stein was presented to Norm Johnson on November 4th, 1961 for being the most outstanding player of the game that evening. The Calgary Stampeders (who Norm played for) and the local TV station, CFCN-TV, Channel 4, would present the player that was most outstanding during that evenings game, with a porcelain stein, during home games. This stein would be painted with the players name, and the date of the game, and then would be presented to the star player at the conclusion of the game. During 1961 Norm was presented with many of these steins due to his outstanding play which resulted in him scoring 29 goals and adding 64 assists while playing in 69 games
4 Star Player Of The Game Stein, presented to Norm Johnson, November 11th, 1961
Norm Johnson Player of the game presentation piece Norm Johnson Player of the game presentation piece
This Porcelain Stein was presented to Norm Johnson on November 11th, 1961 for being the most outstanding player of the game that evening. The Calgary Stampeders (who Norm played for) and the local TV station, CFCN-TV, Channel 4, would present the player that was most outstanding during that evenings game, with a porcelain stein, during home games. This stein would be painted with the players name, and the date of the game, and then would be presented to the star player at the conclusion of the game. During 1961 Norm was presented with many of these steins due to his outstanding play which resulted in him scoring 29 goals and adding 64 assists while playing in 69 games.

If you want to know more about Norm Johnson and his career, please go to
Norm Johnson's Biography where you can see a photo of him, a short biography and his entire career statistics.
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