Warriors and Legend Hall of Fame
The Moose Jaw Warriors held their annual Conexus Warriors and Legends Hall of Fame induction for goaltender Jason Fitzsimmons (left), builder Toby Tobias and forward Rob Reimer enshrined by team. Fitzsimmons played for the Warriors from 1989 to 1992 and is fourth all-time in games played by a Tribe goaltender and is fifth in franchise wins. He was drafted by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft and played eight years in the AHL and ECHL. He is currently with the Washington Capitals as a pro scout/minor league operations.
Reimer was a member of the Warriors from 1987 to 1991 and played 250 games, racking up 107 goals and 245 points. His best season was 1990-91 where he had 45 goals and 99 points in 63 games. Reimer is tied for fifth in Warriors scoring and nine all-time in both goals and assists. His greatest moment as a Warrior came when he scored the game winning goal in the fourth overtime of Game 2 against the Swift Current Broncos in the 1991 playoffs. Deeply devout throughout his hockey career, Reimer has been a pastor at the Regina Apostolic Church for the past 13 years.
Tobais was the president of the Moose Jaw board of directors in 1991 and played a key role in the financial restructuring of the team after difficult times in the late 80s saw the city on the verge of losing their WHL fran- chise. Often through brute force of will, Tobias created and developed measures that improved the team’s position, paving the way to the Warriors now being looked at as a mid-market franchise in the league and a stable and prosperous entity.