Wally Akervik

2022 Inductee
Wally Akervik was born in Duluth, Minn., and was a four-sport athlete at Duluth Central High School, helping his Trojan team reach the Minnesota State High School Hockey Tournament.

Ann Ninnemann

2022 Inductee
Ann Ninnemann was born in St. Paul, Minn., and began playing ringette at the age of four.  By her own admission, she played ringette through the sixth game and then hesitantly transitioned to ice hockey in the seventh grade.

Pat "Duffy" Dyer

2022 Inductee
Pat “Duffy” Dyer was born in Virginia, Minn., and played youth hockey in that Iron Range community.  After high school, he graduated from UW-Superior with a bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology and would go on to a long career at St. Luke’s Hospital in Duluth.

Rebecca Hamilton-Hildebrandt

2022 Inductee
Rebecca Hamilton-Hildebrandt (or “Coach Becky” as she is better known locally) was born and raised in Sauk Prairie and began playing hockey in 1982, the first year that Sauk Prairie had a hockey association.
  • Ray Liebaert - 1985
For twenty seven years Ray Liebaert, a native of Superior, Wisconsin, has dedicated a part of his life to the youth of Superior

Liebaert played an important part in building the Municipal Rink and attaining the first artificial ice plant. He has coached Squirts, PeeWees, Bantams, Midgets and the Cathedral High School Hockey Team.

Liebaert is a "builder" but also played hockey through grade a nd high school. After high school, he played in Duluth, from 1946 to 1951 and from 1953 to 1956 he played with the South End Merchants in Superior.

Another of his achievements was raising money for uniforms and equipment. He has been an enthusiastic coach, living hockey on and off the ice. Ray also has been a leader and coach in baseball, softball and football

Liebaert has had a great deal of success, developing many outstanding hockey players during his coaching career. Because of his many sacrifices, the youth of Superior has learned an enjoyment of organized sports.