From Spruce Grove, Alberta
Grant Fuhr was one of the National Hockey League’s best-ever goalies and a member of the outstanding Edmonton Oilers lineup of the 1980s.
Born in 1962 in Spruce Grove, Alberta
Born in Spruce Grove, Alberta, Grant Fuhr would become one of the National Hockey League’s greatest goaltenders of all time, playing on five Stanley Cup champion teams over twenty seasons (1981-2000) and earning induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003.
Grant Fuhr was the first black player in the Hall of Fame
5-time Stanley Cup champion Grant Fuhr looks back
Spruce Grove, Alberta is a vibrant city about 11 km west of Edmonton, offering housing options for everyone, excellent schools, sports, culture and recreation facilities and a mix of businesses ranging from national retailers, shops, locally owned and chain restaurants and professional services.
Spruce Grove is home to the Horizon Stage Performing Arts Centre, a local theatre, and the TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre, a recreation facility.