Jerseys and Helmets over the years

WALL OF HONOUR INDUCTEES

WALL OF HONOUR INDUCTEES

The following players have been inducted into the Tiger-Cat Wall of Honour at old Ivor Wynne Stadium

Wall of Honour

Players...

Players...

Name Inducted Career
John Barrow 2001 1957 - 70
Willie Bethea 2012 1963 - 70
Less Browne 2008 1984 - 88
Tommy Joe Coffey 1999 1967 - 72
Grover Covington 2004 1981 - 91
Bill Danychuk 2006 1965 - 75
Rocky DiPietro 1997 1978 -91
Bernie Faloney 1997 1957 - 64
Jake Gaudaur 2004 1940*, 1948-49*, 1950-51, 1953
Tommy Grant 2010 1956 - 68
Garney Henley 2000 1960 - 75
Ellison Kelly 1998 1960 - 70
Bob Krouse 2007 1963 - 75
Angelo Mosca 1998 1958 - 59, 1962 - 72
Pete Neumann 2011 1951 - 64
Paul Osbaldiston 2011 1986 - 2000
Vince Scott 2009 1949*, 1950, 1952 - 62
Don Sutherin 2008 1958, 1960 - 66
Earl Winfield 2005 1987 - 97
Ben Zambiasi 2002 1978 - 87
Joe Zuger 2007 1962 - 71

Builders...

Builders...

Name Inducted Career
Ralph Sazio 2003 1963 - 80
Jake Gaudaur 2004 1952 - 67

 

New wall at Tim Horton's Field.

 

Wall of Honour inductees are chosen by a 7 person selection committee comprised of an Alumni representative and Wall of Honour Inductee, a Community and Media representative and three Tiger-Cat Club reps, selected Joe in a two-stage voting process from an initial list of 10 nominees.

Criteria used to select candidates include:

  • CFL Recognition: Selected to CFHOF, CFL all-star and/or individual awards
  • Statistical achievements for his position(s)
  • Leadership Roles: Captain and/or play caller
  • Winning Achievements: Grey Cup & Division Championships
  • Media Recognition: Acknowledged for accomplishments by local or national media
  • Club Longevity: Prolonged and successful career with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats
  • Character: Exemplified being a Tiger-Cat on and off the field including community involvement
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Hamilton Tiger-Cats: 15x Grey Cup Champions

Hamilton Tiger-Cats: 15x Grey Cup Champions

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