Johnny Mouradian

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Year Inducted 2008
Category Athlete
Sport Lacrosse


Johnny Mouradian played on the Waterboy Junior Supertests team from 1961-64, and then on the Junior A St. Catharines team from 1970-73. While attending Ithaca College Johnny played both hockey and lacrosse. Playing on the Canadian National Field Team, in Melbourne Australia in 1974, after returning Johnny played Major Lacrosse for Brampton, Brantford, and St. Catharines from 1974-1985. While playing for the Canadian National Field Team, they won the World Championship in Manchester, England in 1978. Johnny was a great lacrosse player, who has been inducted into a number of hall of fames.


  • Waterboy Junior Supertests
  • Junior A St. Catharines
  • Ithaca College, Hockey and Lacrosse
  • Canadian National Field Team
  • Major Lacrosse Brampton, Brantford, and St. Catharines
  • General Manager Buffalo Bandits National Lacrosse League 1992-96
  • Vice President, General Manager, Toronto Rock, National League Champions 1998-99
  • Director of Lacrosse Operations Toronto Rock, and Ottawa Rebel 2000
  • General Manager Ottawa Rebel 2001
  • Managing General Partner and General Manager San Jose 2003
  • General Manager Canadian National Indoor World Champions 2003
  • President, General Manager, San Joe Stealth 2007
  • Chairman, Canadian National Indoor World Champions 2007


  • “Jim Murphy” Most Valuable Player Award 1975
  • Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame 1998
  • Ithaca College Hall of Fame 2000
  • Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame 2001
  • Lakeport Secondary School Hall of Fame 2003