Michael J. Rodden

Inducted in 1964

Michael J. (Mike) Rodden played football, hockey, lacrosse and soccer with great intensity. During four years at Queen’s he won 15 letters in football and hockey.

       Mike Rodden coached a total of 42 teams, won 27 league championships, two interscholastic titles and led the Hamilton Tigers to Grey Cup Championships in 1928 and 1929. Rodden was credited with the introduction of numerous innovative tactics throughout his playing and coaching career.

       Michael J. Rodden was also an exceptional hockey coach and referee and is a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame.




Career
Queen's University Coach
1916
Toronto Argonauts Coach
1920, 1926
Toronto Parkdale Coach
1921, 1922
Toronto Balmy Beach Coach
1924
Hamilton Tigers
1927 - 1930, 1937
Awards/Honours

    —Grey Cup Participation as a Coach
    1920, 1927 - 1929

    —Grey Cup Winning Teams as a Coach
    1928, 1929

Class of 1964
—Jack Newton
—Michael J. Rodden
—A.H. (Bert) Warwick
—Dr. Tom Casey
—Ross Craig
—Tony Golab
—Allan "Teddy" Morris
—Paul Rowe
—Huck Welch