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Cal Marvin was instrumental in getting Warroad hockey on the map. Cal was very involved in Warroad hockey prior to leaving for WWII and upon his return from the war took on raising funds and building Warroad’s first indoor rink in. Cal’s name will always be synonymous with Warroad Hockey and especially the Warroad Lakers, who he led to 50 years of success including the U.S. National Open Championship in 1955 and winning 3 Allan Cups in a row under Cal’s son David in 1994, 1995, and 1996. Cal also played a pivotal role in starting the UND varsity hockey program in 1946 and played on the initial team. The newly formed UND hockey team traveled to Ann Arbor and defeated top ranked Michigan in their first season. Cal also coached the 1958 U.S. National team and managed the 1965 team. Cal was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in 1982 and the Manitoba Hall of Fame in 1995.



Named after Sir Montagu Allan, the Allan Cup is awarded to the winner of Canada’s top tier Senior Hockey. To give you an idea of how important the Allan Cup is...



The Laker’s connection with the U.S. National team and Olympic teams started early on. The 1958 Lakers team had 4 Warroad players including...