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Reg Brehaut, a native of Montague, P.E.I., played on a team from Dawson City which challenged the Ottawa Silver Seven for the Stanley Cup in 1905. He was also an official in both amateur and pro hockey. Reg settled in Saskatoon and coached both the men's and women's hockey teams at teh University of Saskatchewan from 1922 to 1931.
Reg led the 1922-23 U of S men's hockey team to the Saskatoon city league championship, the Saskatchewan amateur championship, the inter-provincial university championship, and the Western Canadian senior championship. But there was more. The Green and White advanced to the Allan Cup, at the time the most coveted prize in Canadian hockey.
In the Allan Cup senior final in Winnipeg in March of 1923, the Toronto Granites defeated Saskatchewan 6-1 and 5-1.
"It was most clearly the true university spirit of determination, stamina and aggressiveness," said University of Saskatchewan President Walter Murray, who was at the final.
1922-23 Huskies Men's Hockey
Douglas McCallum, Wilfred Heffernan, Charlie Hay, William Broadfoot, Don Collins, Merv Moore, Reg Brehaut (coach), William MacLean (manager), Harold Wilson, Ward Turvey, Ernie McNabb (captain), George "Toad" Art