Gordon Juckes (June 20, 1914 in Watrous, Saskatchewan – October 5, 1994) was a minor league hockey player and long-time hockey executive. He was a guiding force in the development of high-level youth hockey and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1979.

He was an executive in the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association in the 1950's and 1960's, including a stint as president in 1959-60.

Today, each year the Gordon Juckes Award is given by Hockey Canada to a person who has made exceptional contributions to the development of amateur hockey.

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