Year Inducted: 1970
Norman McCrimmon was one of the finest men who volunteered to act as a coach of a minor team when minor lacrosse was first started in the mid-fifties.
He developed the same team from year to year, until finally they became the well-known Cornwall Wildcats.
The Wildcats came very close to winning the Canadian Junior “B” Championship twice.
Due to the lack of suitable competition, Norm was not able to make the showing he desired with his senior team in 1969.
However, this did not discourage him and he started all over again with a minor team, which he hoped to develop into a Canadian Champion.