- Foam Lake Flyers
Foam Lake Flyersis an amateur senior hockey team based in Foam Lake, Saskatchewan. They have been in existence since the 1940s. Many notable players and coaches have been a part of this team. Buzz Bollcoached the team for a few years in the late 1940s. He was a former NHL hockey player. Former Flyers also include Hockey Hall of Famehonored member Bernie Federko, Canadian Olympian Ted Hargreavesand many former junior stars including the Washington Capitalsdraft pick Jeff Lucky. The Foam Lake Flyers are a member of the Fishing Lake Hockey League, the oldest continuously-run senior hockey league in Saskatchewan.
source: Hockey Hall of Fame: Bernie Federko
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