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.
  • Cal Roadhouse - 2021
Cal Roadhouse was born in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada and grew up playing hockey in Calgary. As a player, he was a member of the Wichita Wind of the Central Hockey League, and then played in the International Hockey League for the Milwaukee Admirals.

His real contributions to Wisconsin Hockey lay both in the Builder’s category and in the Coaching category. He was one of the founding fathers of Elmbrook Hockey and coached at Elmbrook for 16 seasons, winning five WAHA State Championships. During those same years, Roadhouse also helped start Team Wisconsin in 1999, and the Kohlman Cup in 2005. He also served as a member of the Board of Directors of Milwaukee Winter Club. After his stint at Elmbrook, Roadhouse moved on to coach high school hockey at the University School of Milwaukee (USM).

Roadhouse coached at USM for 15 seasons, compiling a varsity record of 248-103-13. During that time, his teams were Section Champions eight times, and brought home WIAA State Championship Titles twice, in 2006 and 2010. During 27 years of coaching, Cal Roadhouse has freely shared his knowledge of the game and helped Wisconsin hockey become what it is today. Speaking about Roadhouse’s dedication to his players, one of the supporters for his induction said “not only did he make them better hockey players, but he made them better people.”
 and his wife Gina have three children Matt, Heather and Cory and live in Pewaukee.